Pretty much the only thing on everyone's minds is the quarantine and how to keep busy as we're stuck at home. 

Many people have resorted to binge-watching Netflix shows, insane documentaries, or fan-favorite movies. Entertainment is definitely on the brain, which has led to a creative hashtag started by Jimmy Fallon. 

Fallon requested all of his followers rename their favorite movies in honor of the quarantine. It led to some pretty hilarious and accurate alternatives.

The Devil Wears Prada

Fallon has a recurring segment in which fans tweet with the show's hashtag. This time it was #QuarantineAMovie, and it became wildly popular. One fan came up with a well-liked alternative. Instead of The Devil Wears Prada, it became "The Devil Wears Pajamas."

10 Things I Hate About You

Everyone can now pretty much relate to the videoconferencing app Zoom and its ups and downs. One fan changed up the beloved ’90s rom-com 10 Things I Hate About You to "10 Things I Hate About Zoom."

The Mask

Jim Carrey's The Mask is a zany comedy from the '90s, and it translates well to a quarantine movie title. One person just added "face" to the title and it became "The Face Mask." The CDC now recommends that everyone wear a mask in public spaces, like grocery stores or pharmacies.

Stand By Me

The '80s classic about boyhood Stand By Me wouldn't work for today's COVID-19 crisis. One person swapped the name to "Don't Stand By Me," and it works for the quarantine.

Honey, I Shrunk The Kids

Parents are especially struggling as they have to learn how to homeschool and work from home simultaneously. One person changed up the family favorite Honey, I Shrunk The Kids to "Honey, How Much Longer Are We Stuck With These Kids?"

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

Even the witches and wizards of Hogwarts would have to take a break from their magical studies during the coronavirus. "Tell them Hogwarts is no longer safe," Dumbledore says, and he's right. One fan switched up the title to read, "Harry Potter and the Closure of Hogwarts."

The Nightmare Before Christmas

This holiday favorite works for Halloween and Christmas equally. Now I think we have an Easter version of The Nightmare Before Christmas. One fan changed the title to "A Nightmare Before Easter" to reflect today's times and the difficult April we're dealing with.

Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Many kids are feeling like they're living out Matthew Broderick's dream in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, only this time it's way longer than a day. School's out for the next few months, and likely won't return for the time being. "Ferris Bueller's Month Off," someone tweeted and it fits all too well.