How many times do you see in a film somebody walk up to a computer screen and open up a website that sort of looks like Google, or sort of looks like Facebook, but it's not. How about a small town news page, but the page doesn't actually exist? If you're not sure what I'm talking about, here's an example: - if you ever watch the TV show "Castle", you'll know it's about a suspense novel author that uses the knowledge acquired while doing research for his books to solve crime. His website was featured in one or two episodes, and if you go there, it actually exists as if it was a real thing. To avoid trademark infringement or potential lawsuits, producers need to ask permission of website owners to use their product in their film. It may cost a lot of money to get a proper approval. If they can't get permission, or if they don't want to pay licensing fees, then they have to do "product displacement." Now, if you have a small project and need a single page to show up on your screen, you may not require a full website build out. All you really need is a single HTML page that you can open without any hosting. So, if you're in need, we're here to help. Here are some examples of other websites: Prometheus (2012) - Monsters University (2013) -