This article talks about a man named Brad Neely essentially making his own copy of the soundtrack for the movie Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. What he did was create his own dialogue to the movie making it into a more dark comedy then its original rendition. As well as having a plethora of pop culture references and making each character more obscene. Yet even though people paid to see this version, intentionally, as far as the article states, it remains in the gray area of whether or not it falls under fair use. Primarily due to fact that it was intended to be a parody rather then considered Neely's work.