vcalzone wrote:Don't know if you were saying that deliberately, but Judd Apatow was a pretty common director on the show. Of course, I don't know if he's still doing movies that much these days. He's kind of like Garbo.
I joke,of course, but I would also like to see the Russo brothers on board. Might prefer them, actually (i still love you, Judd). But how hard would it be to get guest stars? Ben Stiller, Martin Short, Charlize Theron... those three alone are pretty big names. And how many other people are big fans? The beauty of AD is that it gives just about anyone a role they can immerse themselves in.
As Larry the surrogate could never 'sell the sarcasim' - it's often difficult to do on the www..
I was kinda making an overt reference to the fact that Apatow did have creative input on the AD series (it all comes back to AD). My previous comment about the Dukes of Hazzard movie was a similar attempt (as Chandrakasar (sp?) directed AD episodes also).
Latley it seems that EVERYTHING coming out of Hollywood is "from the creators of Knocked-Up". Not that it's really a bad thing... I would just like to see some 'freash' media. I mean really - how many more times can they re-make the same movie?
Maeby we'll get really lucky and get Michael Bay or Jerry Bruckheimer to produce:
AD: The Movie.
It could have Bruce Willis as George Sr, and he could shoot his way ot of prison. Or we could see all of the awkward pauses in dialog replaced with explosions & car crashes. Overkill CGI versions of Buster's hook could be a major plot line, and the soundtrack could be old Journey & REO Speedwagon songs covered by recent winners from American Idol.
Now THAT would be cool. [/b]