A lot of times, native speakers use proper nouns like movie names, fictional characters as the verb while speaking. I have heard these statements in a lot of movies and youtube videos.
I will give an example here but I dont have a very clear understanding of how that works so it may be wrong but I think you will get an idea of what I'm asking here.
So let's study chemistry and Walter White(Breaking Bad reference) our way out of this exam.
Some students are PRISON BREAKING our campus. They are trying to leave without attending the classes.
Let's JOHN WICK our way out of this. (Referring to a violent situation)
That was a classic Jon Snow move.
These are hypothetical statements.I just want to understand the correct usage and what mistakes I'm doing here. And how would a native speaker construct such sentences.
If you have any of your any examples of your own along the lines of something like this, please let me know.