|Jet Bin Fever |
I had the same reaction the first time I saw that poster.
|The Mothership |
Wait, this is real? Like, is this meta-documentary or viral-marketing in the form of a real comeback, or, or vice versa? Confused but loving it at the same time.
|Frank Rizzo |
fuck I hope this is real.
The feelgood hit of the summer!
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Oh, Ralph, you are just so adorable when you smash plates.
Sweet christ he could pass for 25
|Robin Kestrel |
From the EW.com interview:
EW: What do you hope comes out of this?
RM: "Thatís a good question. Thereís a piece of me that did this to show the type of humor that I love ó irreverent, dark, parody ó which most people donít know, and to go to places that I normally wouldnít go. They wouldnít normally cast me as the guy who would walk into a bar all coked up and just get up in somebodyís face. The best-case scenario is that Iím doing it at a time when thereís such great interest because of the remake coming out, I take advantage of that wake-up call to the town, meaning Hollywood, as to how smart it would be to find the right vehicle for me at this point ó whether thatís television or features. Hollywood loves that more than anything, that sort of comeback story. Itís sort of like when Neil Patrick Harris did that Harold & Kumar thing. All the sudden he was a different actor. He was the same actor. Itís like Travoltaís said, heís come back eight times, itís just Pulp Fiction is the one everyone talks about. Worst-case scenario, I have this great, cool video thatís an awesome button to all that Iíve done over the years."
I wouldn't have recognized him.
I actually met Macchio after doing How 2 Succeed In Business on stage. He really is a very nice guy with zero attitude. This faux-trailer is perfect parody of who he is and what hollywood wants. Perfect.
Will I ever NOT want to pound the hell out of Molly Ringwald.
The Costco card was a nice touch.
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