On the tail-end of 2011, MGM announced plans to make a live action movie of Where's Waldo?, but it looks as though someone has beat them to the concept.

Alex Goyette and YouTube comedy group Joule Thief have re-imagined the man of many stripes as as a retired assassin ("I stopped standing in large crowds a long time ago") who refuses to blend in anymore. Instead, the hard-to-pin-down hero turns renegade starts using his signature weapons (binoculars and his trusty cane) against the government agency who once employed him.
Do you think MGM should take notes from Goyette and crew's fake trailer for the upcoming movie, or should they take Waldo in another direction? Share your ideas for how the children's book should be adapted after the drop!