TMZ later debunked this by simply contacting the producers of the film, who disclosed that not only had they not begun filming, the lawyer's claims that the work was supposed to be going down in Texas was false as well. But leave it to the one photographer who is still hot for the freckled mess, Tyler Shields, who decided to take matters into his own hands and shoot some posters for the movie that hasn't even been made yet.
You tell me if you think these look anything above some disposable piece of '80's garbage. I love a lot of '80's movies, but that was the decade for ugly, garish looking posters that aren't even good for the kitsch value.
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