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Charles has discontent

04.08.2009

Once when I was young, I walked into my grandparents` bedroom while they were sexuallly satisfying one another with their respective genetalia. Instead of recoil in horror, I sat there and laughed as they experimented with thousands of positions, toys, and weapons. The whole thing was frankly, the funniest thing I have ever seen.

I rejoice then, at the news that Larry Charles--the magician behind some of "Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm's" best episodes, as well as the director of BORAT and RELIGULOUS--is set to helm WINTER'S DISCONTENT, a film about two past-their-prime letharios who move into a retirement home looking to score some geriatric poontang. The studio is fast tracking the script written by one time banker and journalist Paul Fruchbom, clearly realizing that old people f*cking is comedic gold. The two leads have yet to be cast but already I'm thinking Burt Reynolds would be perfect as one and perhaps Larry David as the other.

Oh and of course, Rest in Peace Grandma.

Extra Tidbit: Who do you think should play the two male leads?
Source: Variety

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11:30PM on 04/08/2009
Alan Alda and Richard Dreyfuss?

Maybe Dustin Hoffman?
Alan Alda and Richard Dreyfuss?

Maybe Dustin Hoffman?
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1:29PM on 04/08/2009
Finally another movie comes along to reunite Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon and it turns out they're both dead.

Rest in peace Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon. Rest in peace.
Finally another movie comes along to reunite Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon and it turns out they're both dead.

Rest in peace Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon. Rest in peace.
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9:53AM on 04/08/2009
Alan Arkin would be great in this kind of role. Otherwise, who's up there in years? Michael Caine? Either that or it could be a younger person in makeup or whatever. The best of those, somewhat recently, was Bruce Campbell in BUBBA HO-TEP. (Also set in an old-folks home.)
Alan Arkin would be great in this kind of role. Otherwise, who's up there in years? Michael Caine? Either that or it could be a younger person in makeup or whatever. The best of those, somewhat recently, was Bruce Campbell in BUBBA HO-TEP. (Also set in an old-folks home.)
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2:24AM on 04/08/2009

Bruno, not Borat.

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Bruno, not Borat!
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Bruno, not Borat!
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2:20AM on 04/08/2009
I'm already in...Larry Charles is brilliant. I wonder if Larry David will ever do a second film?
I'm already in...Larry Charles is brilliant. I wonder if Larry David will ever do a second film?
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2:20AM on 04/08/2009
Uh, wut? He definitely did direct Borat.

And for the matter, Charles definitely knows what's funny. But I can't help be a bit fearful of the premise. I might lose my lunch a bit if we end up seeing a little more of Larry David or any other old person than I bargained for O_o
Uh, wut? He definitely did direct Borat.

And for the matter, Charles definitely knows what's funny. But I can't help be a bit fearful of the premise. I might lose my lunch a bit if we end up seeing a little more of Larry David or any other old person than I bargained for O_o
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2:11AM on 04/08/2009

ERR, WRONG ANSWER

Check again -- he isn't directing "Bruno."
Check again -- he isn't directing "Bruno."
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