Originally posted by VarietyWWE Studios will produce “Jingle All the Way 2,” starring Larry the Cable Guy and WWE's Santino Marella, and a fourth installment of “The Marine” together with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
WWE star Mike “The Miz” Mizanin will return for “The Marine 4,” after starring in the third outing last year. Should the film, which will also feature WWE Diva Summer Rae, prove a popular seller, the film could give Mizanin his first film franchise. Mizanin headlined the ABC Family comedy “Christmas Bounty” over the holidays.
It's like the best and worst possible creations possible, all in one Hollywood Report. Jingle All The Way 2 + Larry the Cable Guy + WWE's Santino Marella is such a perfect trifecta, it seems more 30 Rock joke than real movie.
I wondered whether the all-American girl Summer would be kidnapped love interest #4 or a possible terrorist villainess. But the-w.com user Wiretap wisely points out that Summer could very well be the next Marine, which in a Hunger Games: Mockingay world seems downright imperative.
I just hope Miz and American Maryse don't go all Brad and Angelina, Mr. and Mrs. Smith on the set.
Whatever happened to the LEPRECHAUN reboot with Hornswoggle?
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Originally posted by Mike ZeidlerWhatever happened to the LEPRECHAUN reboot with Hornswoggle?
According to Wikipedia, it's scheduled to be released at the end of this month. But his other movie (Muppets Most Wanted) is the one I'm really interested in seeing. Looks like it's going to be an busy next couple of months of movie premieres and interviews for him.
MyNetwork's president says as much in an interview with TVWeek. They're going with movies on Thursday nights instead, which seems to say they don't think MyNetwork can compete on that night and want to aim SmackDown at the softer Friday schedule.