Thursday, December 08, 2005

From Jesus to Jews: Mad Max Knows Best

Perhaps due to the raging success of "The Passion of the Christ," or perhaps due to an apparent play off with Mr. Cruise to become the world's most forthright celebrity gone crazy under the guise of messiah-level samaritanism, according to the divine source (ms. stephanie gugilemo), Mel Gibson is now planning a TV movie about the Holocaust.



Such an interesting take for someone whose father denies the thing ever happened. Let's just hope he casts himself as the lead. I think Mr. Braveheart would look good with a 'stache, don't you?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Have you seen "The Passion of the Christ"?

ninja rad said...

i love that the gossip blogs about this are going nutso - check this out!
http://www.gawker.com/news/news-corporation/gawker-media-continues-to-set-worlds-news-agenda-141755.php

captain court said...

The real question is ... will the "Braveheart style battle scene" include Jewish death camp prisoners? And if it does, I hope that they're not expected to fight after years of malnourishment and torture. (And yes, I did see the passion, though I admittedly fell asleep around Act 2)

Stephanie Gugliemo said...

I think the funniest thing in the world would be to watch a debate about religion and American society between Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise, and Pat Robertson. I would seriously pay thousands of dollars to watch that debate. It would be the funniest thing ever.