Danny DeVito turned into GTA character and fans love it

Popular actor Danny DeVito has been transformed from artist into Grand Theft Auto character in Philadelphia’s incredible rendition of the lead role in It’s Always Sunny.

Danny DeVito is a hero of our time and a Hollywood icon of the last 50 years.

While he’s starred in cinema classics like One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Batman Returns, the youngest generation has come to love him for his portrayal of Frank Reynolds in It’s Always Sunny, a series that’s been around for a long time 15 seasons running.

To honor the 4’10” actor’s legacy, an artist has put Danny in a series that seems like he fits in perfectly: GTA.

Artist brings Danny DeVito to GTA

Reddit user MiterMinister has posted his work on the r/gtaonline subreddit with artwork by DeVito when he was inducted into the GTA universe.

The image was commissioned by animier-dich, a German website that translates each image into art styles such as The Simpsons, Rick & Morty, and Grand Theft Auto. Miter commented under the post that the DeVito piece took over six hours to create.

The image is taken from the famous It’s Always Sunny meme, “Well anyway, I started blowing up,” in which Frank pulls out two pistols during a TV appearance.

The hilarious scene has been immortalized online, and now. was brought to the world of GTA.

Users in the comments section absolutely loved the drawing.

One commenter said: “Two things I love are GTA and memes. You did it, sir.”

While DeVito is unlikely to make an appearance in the upcoming GTA 6, fans are certainly hoping Rockstar can bring him into the franchise for the first time.

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Emma James

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