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Review: ‘I Am Chris Farley’ Offers An Inside Look At The Making of A Comedic Force

Review: ‘I Am Chris Farley’ Offers An Inside Look At The Making of A Comedic Force

A must see documentary!

A must see documentary!

Although it has been almost 20 years since the untimely passing of “SNL’ star and unbridled comedic force known as Chris Farley. Even two decades removed, his star shines as brightly as ever. ‘I Am Chris Farley’ is the first feature-length documentary film focusing on the life of the “infuriatingly talented” star (to quote the great Loren Michaels). The documentary, directed by Brent Hodge, is a powerful and moving tribute to a legend from the people who knew him best.

The film serves as a long overdue love letter friends and family, who offer a heartbreakingly close look at Farley’s rise from troublemaking youth to comedy superstar. It’s a love letter that focuses on the amazing talent of an artist, the impression her left on those he impacted in his short time on Earth and the demons he struggled with along the way. ‘I Am Chris Farley’ features raw, emotionally charged interviews with those who knew him best. The interviews range from Kevin Farley, David Spade, Dan Aykroyd, Bob Odenkirk, Bob Saget, Christina Applegate, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon, Bo Derek, Mike Myers and many more. Those emotional moments are perfectly balanced with sidesplittingly hilarious moments they shared during their time together.

In addition to the emotional interviews, the film intertwines photo from the comedians childhood and never-before-released footage shows Farley doing his famous physical comedy. One of the most notable aspects of the film is the inside look at how some of Farley’s most famous characters came to life. This revealing look into Farley’s past shows he was much more than just “the funny fat guy,” but rather a complex artist who would go to any length to keep the laughter going. In short, this masterfully crafted documentary provides a unique glimpse inside the life of a star who was taken from us far too soon.

‘I Am Chris Farley’ will premiere on Spike on August 10th and be released on VOD and DVD on August 11th.

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Trailer and Release Date For ‘I Am Chris Farley’ Documentary Unveiled

Trailer and Release Date For ‘I Am Chris Farley’ Documentary Unveiled

A must see documentary!

A must see documentary!

Brent Hodge’s and Derik Murray’s I AM CHRIS FARLEY, the definitive biographical film about the late comedy star featuring co-stars and colleagues such as Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon, David Spade, and many others, will open theatrically New York and Los Angeles on July 31st, 2015. The film will be available nationwide on VOD and across all digital platforms on August 11th, following it’s airing on Spike TV!

The film comes from the directors of ‘A Brony Tale,’ ‘I Am Evel Knievel,’ and the upcoming ‘Johnny Cash – American Rebel.’ I AM CHRIS FARLEY tells Chris Farley’s story, from his early days in Madison, Wisconsin and at Marquette University, through his work at the legendary club Second City to his rapid rise to the top of the comedy world on “Saturday Night Live” and in hit films like Tommy Boy and Black Sheep.

Sharing insights into the beloved funnyman are such co-stars and colleagues as Christina Applegate, Tom Arnold, Dan Aykroyd, Bo Derek, Pat Finn, Jon Lovitz, Lorne Michaels, Jay Mohr, Mike Myers, Bob Odenkirk, Bob Saget, Adam Sandler, Will Sasso, Molly Shannon, David Spade, Brian Stack, and Fred Wolf. The filmmakers also speak to Farley’s four siblings, including his brother Kevin, a comedian and actor, and his brother Tom Jr., who wrote the biography “The Chris Farley Show: A Biography in Three Acts.”

With the full cooperation and participation of the Farley family, I AM CHRIS FARLEY showcases the performer’s most memorable characters and skits from television and film, paired with iconic photographs, home movies, family snapshots and personal artifacts, to fully round out the story of this comedy legend – a bear of a man who nevertheless had remarkable grace and physicality. Clips from Farley’s most memorable performances fill the documentary, from his breathtaking Chippendales audition alongside Patrick Swayze, to his comically ill-fated salesman in Tommy Boy, to his diatribes as Matt Foley, the motivational speaker who “lives in a van down by the river!”

Farley lived his life full speed and committed to make everyone around him laugh out loud, and I Am Chris Farley will tell his hilarious, touching and wildly entertaining story for the first time ever.

I AM CHRIS FARLEY was executive produced by Paul Gertz (I Am Steve McQueen, I Am Bruce Lee), Kent Wingerak (I Am Steve McQueen, I Am Bruce Lee) and Robert Pirooz (I Am Steve McQueen, I Am Evel Knievel)

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‘I Am Chris Farley’ Documentary To Open In Late Summer 2015

‘I Am Chris Farley’ Documentary To Open In Late Summer 2015

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Virgil Films announced that it has acquired U.S. distribution rights to I AM CHRIS FARLEY, the definitive biographical film about the late comedy star featuring co-stars and colleagues such as Christina Applegate, Dan Aykroyd, Mike Myers, Adam Sandler, Molly Shannon, David Spade, and many others. The new film, directed by Brent Hodge and Derik Murray, will open in key markets nationwide in the later part of summer 2015 and will debut on Spike Monday, August 10 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT to be followed by Video-On-Demand availability.

The acquisition arrangement was negotiated by Joe Amodei, CEO and President of Virgil Films, and Derik Murray, Founder and CEO of Network Entertainment.
The film, from the directors of A Brony Tale, I Am Evel Knievel and the upcoming Johnny Cash – American Rebel, tells Chris Farley’s story, from his early days in Madison, Wisconsin, and at Marquette University, through his work at the legendary club Second City to his rapid rise to the top of the comedy world on “Saturday Night Live” and in hit films like Tommy Boy and Black Sheep.
Sharing insights into the beloved funnyman are such co-stars and colleagues as Christina Applegate, Tom Arnold, Dan Aykroyd, Bo Derek, Pat Finn, Jon Lovitz, Lorne Michaels, Jay Mohr, Mike Myers, Bob Odenkirk, Bob Saget, Adam Sandler, Will Sasso, Molly Shannon, David Spade, Brian Stack and Fred Wolf. The filmmakers also speak to Farley’s four siblings, including his brother Kevin, a comedian and actor, and his brother Tom Jr., who wrote the biography “The Chris Farley Show: A Biography in Three Acts.”
Co-director and producer Derik Murray said:  “Chris Farley’s talent knew no bounds. A fearless performer who sought only to please an audience, he left behind a remarkable body of work, and we are proud to present his story with the support of an iconic cast that knew and loved Chris.”
Virgil Films’ Joe Amodei added I AM CHRIS FARLEY “reveals the real man behind the comic genius – and poignantly reminds us of the great work that went left undone.”
With the full cooperation and participation of the Farley family, I AM CHRIS FARLEY showcases the performer’s most memorable characters and skits from television and film, paired with iconic photographs, home movies, family snapshots and personal artifacts, to fully round out the story of this comedy legend – a bear of a man who nevertheless had remarkable grace and physicality. Clips from Farley’s most memorable performances fill the documentary, from his breathtaking Chippendales audition alongside Patrick Swayze, to his comically ill-fated salesman in Tommy Boy, to his diatribes as Matt Foley, the motivational speaker who “lives in a van down by the river!”
Farley lived his life full speed and committed to make everyone around him laugh out loud, and I Am Chris Farley will tell his hilarious, touching and wildly entertaining story for the first time ever.
Executive produced by Paul Gertz (I Am Steve McQueen, I Am Bruce Lee), Kent Wingerak (I Am Steve McQueen, I Am Bruce Lee) and Robert Pirooz (I Am Steve McQueen, I Am Evel Knievel), I AM CHRIS FARLEY is “an amazing tribute to a comedy legend” (Variety) and “an intimate look inside the life of one of the best, gone too soon” (Los Angeles Times).
About Network Entertainment – Network Entertainment develops, finances, produces and distributes unscripted series, documentaries, docudramas, films and online specials. Founder and CEO Derik Murray created and produced the primetime series Making the Cut, the Academy Award shortlisted feature documentary Facing Ali and I Am Bruce Lee. President and Chief Operating Officer Paul Gertz was the executive producer and showrunner of Gene Roddenberry’s Earth: Final Conflict and the producer of several high-budget animated films for major studios, including 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. Mr. Gertz has also served as a senior-level executive for Lucasfilm and Hanna-Barbera. Network’s recent feature documentaries I Am Steve McQueen, featuring Gary Oldman, Pierce Brosnan, Ali MacGraw, Marisa Miller, and narrated by Robert Downey Jr., and I Am Evel Knievel, featuring Matthew McConaughey, Kid Rock, Guy Fieri, Michelle Rodriguez and Robbie Maddison had their U.S. broadcast premieres in 2014, and are distributed internationally by Fremantle Media. Feature documentaries currently in production include Johnny Cash – American Rebel, which will be released in 2015.
About Virgil Films – Virgil Films & Entertainment was founded in 2003 by Joe Amodei to acquire, market, and distribute DVD, TV and Digital product in the theatrical feature film, documentaries, special interest and sports categories. The company has built partnerships with OWN, Sundance Channel Home Entertainment, National Geographic Cinema Ventures, Pureflix Entertainment, MLB Productions, Morgan Spurlock’s Warrior Poets and other high-profile entertainment brands since their inception. Releases from Virgil Films & Entertainment include the Oscar-nominated documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me; the award-winning documentary Miss Representation; the critically acclaimed, timeless and best-selling Forks Over Knives; and the Oscar-nominated documentary Restrepo and its sequel Korengal. They have also released the compelling The House I Live In, A Brony Tale, Legends of the Knight and others. Follow them on twitter: @virgilfilms |   www.VirgilFilmsEnt.com.

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Scream Factory To Unleash ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Starring Robert Englund In February 2015!

Scream Factory To Unleash ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Starring Robert Englund In February 2015!

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‘Phantom of The Opera”

Get ready, Freddy. Scream Factory is going to the opera! A Blu-ray release of The Phantom of the Operaincluding several bonus features, has been announced for release on February 17, 2015.

Robert Englund (A Nightmare on Elm StreetGalaxy of Terror, Freddy vs. Jason) assumes the classic role of The Phantom in this shocking, nerve-jangling retelling of Gaston Leroux’s timeless tale of music, madness and murder.

An aspiring opera singer finds herself transported back to Victorian-era London – and into the arms of a reclusive, disfigured maestro determined to make her a star. The silver-throated Christine (Jill Schoelen, The Stepfather) enjoys success through the arrangements of her new lover (Englund)… until she realizes that he has been committing unspeakably grisly murders in her honor and won’t stop until he’s completed his masterpiece… in blood!

Also starring Bill Nighy (I  Frankenstein, Shaun of the Dead, Underworld), Alex Hyde-White (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Terence Harvey (From Hell) and Molly Shannon (SNL, Superstar), directed by Dwight H. Little (Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Marked for Death, Rapid Fire) and featuring make-up effects by Kevin Yagher (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, Face/Off), this “darker spin on…The Phantom of the Opera is the one to watch” (HorrorCultFilms.co.uk)!

Shout! Factory, LLC is a diversified multi-platform media company devoted to producing, uncovering, preserving and revitalizing the very best of pop culture. Founders Richard Foos, Bob Emmer and Garson Foos have spent their entire careers sharing their music, television and film favorites with discerning consumers the world over. Shout! Factory’s DVD and Blu-Ray™ offerings serve up feature films, classic and contemporary TV series, animation, live music and comedy specials in lavish packages crammed with extras.  Shout’s audio division boasts GRAMMY®-nominated box sets, Broadway cast albums, new releases from storied artists, lovingly assembled album reissues and indispensable “best of” compilations.  In addition, Shout! Factory maintains a vast digital distribution network which delivers video and audio content to all the leading digital service providers in North America.  Shout! Factory also owns and operates Timeless Media Group, Biograph Records, Majordomo Records, HighTone Records and Video Time Machine. These riches are the result of a creative acquisition mandate that has established the company as a hotbed of cultural preservation and commercial reinvention.  Shout! Factory is based in Santa Monica, California. For more on Shout! Factory, visit shoutfactory.com

 

Special Features:

  • Audio Commentary with Director Dwight H. Littleand actor Robert Englund
  • Behind The Mask: The Making of “The Phantom Of The Opera,”featuring new interviews with Director Dwight H. Little, Actors Robert EnglundJill Schoelen, and Alex Hyde-White, Screenwriter Duke Sandefur, Special Make-Up Designer Kevin Yagher, Special Make-Up Effects Artists John Carl BuechlerEverett Burrell and John Vulich, and Composer Misha Segal
  • Theatrical Trailer

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ON THE RISE: Paul Sparks On His Career, Role In Clark Gregg’s ‘Trust Me’ & More!

ON THE RISE: Paul Sparks On His Career, Role In Clark Gregg’s ‘Trust Me’ & More!

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Best known for his Mickey Doyle on HBO’s critically acclaimed series, ‘Boadwalk Empire,’ Paul Sparks  spent the past decade carving out a unique career for himself in Hollywood. An incredibly expressive actor with a strong work ethic, Sparks pours every ounce of his soul into every role. Continuing her showcase his talents with captivating and highly emotional performances, her latest role teams him with writer/director/star Clark Gregg (ABC’s “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D”, The Avengers, Iron Man 1 & 2) on his outstanding new film, ‘Trust Me.’ 

In the film, Gregg leads an all-star ensemble cast in this smart, sardonic and unpredictablefilm as Howard Holloway, a former child-actor turned floundering child-actor agent. But when Howard gets his new client (Saxon Sharbino) a shot at the lead in a huge movie franchise, he’ll also have to deal with a slick rival agent (Sam Rockwell; The Way Way Back, Iron Man 2, Moon), an icy casting director (Allison Janney; CBS’s “Mom,” Juno, NBC’s “The West Wing,” American Beauty), a cutthroat mega-producer (Felicity Huffman; ABC’s “Desperate Housewives,” Transamerica, Magnolia), his single-mom neighbor (Amanda Peet;2012, Identity Thief, A Lot Like Love, Something’s Gotta Give), and a secret that could destroy more than just the deal of a lifetime.

The stellar cast is rounded out by Niecy Nash (HBO’s “Getting On,” “Reno 911,” “The Soul Man”), Molly Shannon (NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Never Been Kissed), and William H. Macy (Fargo, Dirty Girl, The Lincoln Lawyer, Showtime’s “Shameless”). ‘Trust Me’ is a true gem filled with amazing performances and has been heralded as “a dark comedy with a touching and dramatic flair.” Jason Price of Icon Vs. Icon recently caught up with Paul Sparks to discuss his roots in the entertainment industry, his journey as an actor, bringing his characters to life, the challenges involved and what the future might hold for this star on the rise.

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Paul Sparks

How did you get started on your journey in the entertainment industry and what made you want to pursue it as a career?

I grew up in Oklahoma. My father was a high school football coach and my mother was an elementary school teacher. I didn’t know anyone in the acting business and wasn’t actually that interested in it until later. I had done some plays and things in high school. I went to Oklahoma State and started studying chemistry. I discovered I wasn’t a very good chemist! I got mixed up in the theatre department and enjoyed those people immensely. One thing leads to another and eventually I thought, “Well, what should I do?” [laughs] Coming from New York, my father talked me into going to school at NYU. I transferred there and studied theatre. When I graduated with my undergrad there, I really didn’t have a degree that would get me any work unless I was an actor, so I pursued it. I just stuck with it for a long time! I always loved it and the absurdity of people taking seriously these fictional stories. I love that as a lifestyle. I continue to work and I have been very fortunate!

Who would you cite as your biggest influences or maybe a mentor who gave you a push along the way?

When I was in high school back in Oklahoma, I lived in a small town of about 5,000 people. There was a woman named Paula McConnell who was my high school drama teacher. She was always nudging me and trying to say, “Maybe this is something you might want to do.” That got kind of got me mixed up with the Oklahoma State people. At Oklahoma State, there was a woman named Tracey Callahan, who also encouraged me to pursue acting. I look at those two teachers, even when I wasn’t thinking that it was something possible, they were thinking acting was something that could be a career for me. I think they had a lot to do with me eventually taking it on as a career.

Obviously, you are a working actor and have been very successful in your career. Did you ever have an “Ah ha!” moment when you felt like you have made it?

I don’t know! Maybe I haven’t had it yet! [laughs] I guess, in a way, I feel I don’t have to do anything else. I was a carpenter when I started in the business. I don’t have to do that anymore! I have come to terms with this being my career! That is really what I aspire to do: work, pay my rent, support my family and not have to do anything else! That is what I am doing, so in that way I feel I totally made it! [laughs] In a way, I don’t know if you are ever totally satisfied or you hope you have more access. I think we are hard-wired to be satisfied, so we constantly look for work. I still feel like I have yet to have that moment.

Clark Gregg's 'Trust Me'

Clark Gregg’s ‘Trust Me’

Your latest project is Clark Gregg’s “Trust Me.” How did you get involved with this project initially and what made you know it was something you wanted to pursue?

I didn’t know Clark Gregg but I knew Mary Vernieu, who is one of the producers. She is a casting director. I have been auditioning for her for a long time and I think she put Clark on to me with some of my tapes. I have known Sam Rockwell for a really long time. I know him from New York. I think there was some sort of connection that way. Clark got on Skype with me to discuss what he was trying to do. I read the script and thought it was such an interesting script because it was challenging and was dealing tonally with some very interesting ideas. It was a really funny script but it was also a really dark script. I love that complexity it had. I was very excited to work on the project and I was a big fan of his work. I knew he was assembling a really good cast. I love Amanda Peete, Allison Janney, Bill Macy and all of the people he had in the cast. It was a great group of people, so it was a pretty easy yes.

What did you bring to this role that might not have been on the written page?

I guess all you can bring is the parts of yourself that are spoken to by what is on the page. I am kind of a script purist in that I love well written stuff. Saxon Sharbino, who plays Lydia, is from Texas and I am from Oklahoma. I think we have a similarity in background that I think puts us in the same orbit. We could have grown up in the same place, if you know what I mean. I think that was very helpful. We had an understanding, she and I, right off the bat. That is important, especially since she plays my daughter in the film. That was really nice. Also, I grew a pretty good mustache for the film! [laughs]

I’m sure it varies from project to project but do you have a process you go through when preparing for each new role?

Yeah, I do. It would probably be pretty boring to hear about my process. Like you said, it depends on what it is. Sometimes, I will do a little more research for historical work. With this one, I just thought about the given circumstances of this guy and tried to fill out some story behind it where it all makes sense. It is a bunch of boring, tedious stuff. [laughs]

Except for the mustache growing. There is nothing boring about that!

Yeah! The mustache growing is exciting! [laughs]

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What did you learn from your time working with Clark Gregg and the rest of this terrific cast on the film?

I have never worked with someone who was writing, producing, directing and starring in a project. I am still not convinced after seeing it happen that it is possible! It is crazy that he did all of the things he did and was able to fully wear all of those hats. It was amazing to watch him juggle all of those things. The thing I had worried the most about was that a lot of my scenes were with him and I worried that would be what suffered. That is not what suffered. He is so focused and such a good actor who is generous and giving. To do that, direct and make sure the children are done on time and we don’t keep them out too late is a huge undertaking. All of those things were on his shoulders and it was amazing to watch. Then, of course, it is easy to watch Sam Rockwell, Allison Janney and Felicity Huffman. I love to watch and listen to them riff. Molly Shannon was so funny on this project. I really enjoyed my time with them because they were all so creative.

Paul Sparks in 'Trust Me'

Paul Sparks in ‘Trust Me’

Looking back on the project, is there anything that stands out as a challenge that you faced?

I think it is always challenging. When you get a script, you look at it and see how much there is to do, you think, “How are we going to film all of this?” I am always amazed when a film is over and we shot everything. I think it is a remarkable thing to accomplish with so many balls up in the air. As far as what I overcame, I don’t know. This is terrible to say but this was not a hard job to do. The script was great and the cast was amazing. Clark was very clear. Saxon was great. The part was a good part. Every part is difficult to do, as it is difficult to be in front of the camera sometimes with the pressure. However, this project was pretty easy and I am grateful for that! It was a pleasure to be a part of!

Saxon Sharbino was terrific in the film. When you are working a young actor such as her, do you approach it any differently since they aren’t as experienced?

I think you do. I am usually surprised at how savvy they all are and how they take notes and work just like everybody else. However, I am aware they are kids. I have kids and you want your kids to be taken care of and you fear for them sometimes on a movie set with a bunch of adults. Saxon has been doing this a while and she is very, very good at it. She is a very good actor. Occasionally, you see young people who need to be tricked into a performance and she is not one of those people. She is pretty fantastic. In the end, I usually learn that they don’t need too much special treatment but maybe they need a little more sleep! [laughs]

Your career continues to be very diverse when it comes to the roles you take on. Is there a particular genre or role that really intrigues you that you want to tackle in the future?

I have never been in a western. I would love that! It is funny that I am from what is basically The Old West and you can’t get cast in that kind of stuff! [laughs] That is really funny to me! I play a lot of Boston guys but I am from Oklahoma. I would love to do that but, as far as roles go, if they are good I want to do them! If they are complex and interesting, I want to play them. I don’t have a role I am dying to do. I love doing new stuff but I am not holding out for any one particular thing.

Do you have any desire to explore the world behind the camera in terms of writing or directing?

I do not! [laughs] I am probably the only one! I have no interest! I love being an actor and I like that side of it. I have been making movies a long time and I still have no idea how they do it! [laughs] That stuff doesn’t mean anything to me. The way they shoot things is always kind of a mystery. I love that there are other people who do that stuff but I just love the acting part.

Paul Sparks on 'Boardwalk Empire'

Paul Sparks on ‘Boardwalk Empire’

Looking back on your career so far, what do you consider your biggest evolution as an actor? Is there anything that stands out to you?

Ten years ago I was almost predominantly doing theatre. I think in the past 10 years it has become a lot more television, film and working on camera. I have been really fortunate. I have played a lot of kinds of different characters and I am hoping that is the way it stays. I enjoy the diversity of playing a really normal person to more of a period type of thing like Mickey Doyle on “Boardwalk Empire” or like Ray in “Trust Me,” where he is more of a drunk southern guy. I like changing and being a different person. I don’t know that my style has really changed that much from when I started but I certainly have had opportunities to do a lot of different things and for that I feel very fortunate.

What is the best piece of advice you can pass along to aspiring actors looking to make acting a career?

If their career is anything like mine, you just have to stay at it. In opposition to what a lot of people say, “Don’t sweat the small stuff … ,” always sweat the small stuff. That is where the detail adds up to really good character work. When people have really spent the time to be complex and focused on the choices they make.

Are you involved with any charity work we can help shine a light on?

Absolutely! I am a Type 1 diabetic and I work with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (http://www.jdrf.org). I have run marathons with them and they are a great group. They are raising money and awareness on diabetes. They have scientists that are constantly at work. Type 1 diabetes affects a lot of children. It is not just about finding a cure but about learning to live with it, which is what I do every day. That is pretty close to my heart.

Thanks so much for your time today, Paul! You have been terrific and we wish you continued success!

Thank you, Jason! Take care!

For more information, visit ‘Trust Me’ on Facebook and Twitter. ‘Trust Me’ is available on August 26, 2014.

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New Clip Debuts For ‘Scary Movie 5’ Featuring Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan

New Clip Debuts For ‘Scary Movie 5’ Featuring Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan

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A new teaser clip for ‘Scary Movie 5’ featuring Charlie Sheen and has hit the web! Check it out below! The flick hits theaters everywhere April 12th

Synopsis: The latest installment of the SCARY MOVIE franchise includes send ups of PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, MAMA, SINISTER, THE EVIL DEAD, INCEPTION, BLACK SWAN and pop culture featuring Ashley Tisdale, Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, Snoop Dogg, Katt Williams, Molly Shannon, Terry Crews, Simon Rex, Jerry O’Connell, Sarah Hyland, Katrina Bowden, Tyler Posey, Shad Moss aka Bow Wow, Kate Walsh, Heather Locklear, Mac Miller and Mike Tyson.

SCARY MOVIE V is directed by Malcolm Lee who teamed up and worked side by side with legendary comedy director David Zucker (AIRPLANE, THE NAKED GUN franchises). Zucker wrote and directed SCARY MOVIE 3 and 4 and also co-wrote and produced SCARY MOVIE V.

The SCARY MOVIE franchise, which lampoons the greatest in horror and genre fare, has grossed over $800 million worldwide.

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