Tuesday, May 09, 2006

A Mister Fanboy Movies, Jr. Heads Up: Malcolm in the Middle of a Threeway with a Horse and a Munchkin

Mister Teen Fanboy Movies sent this story in. He tells me it's "so fuckin' freakin' awesome. It's gonna be the best movie ever. It'll be a classic like American Pie. Tell your blog about it." stupidity aside, here's the story. But this time, it's a complete cut and paste job from Reuters. What can we say, we're hungry and need to get our grub on.

Muniz heads cast seeking sex "Guidance"
Tue May 9, 2006 5:17am ET

By Gregg Goldstein
NEW YORK (Hollywood Reporter) - "Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz will star in the indie teen-sex sketch comedy feature "Parental Guidance Suggested."
Also on board are Ryan Pinkston, Jamie Kennedy, Andy Milonakis and Matthew Lillard.
Muniz plays a teen who loses his virginity to his girlfriend (Ashley Schneider), only to find she wants to take things much further, including farm animals and midgets.
In the film's one ongoing sketch, Pinkston (best known as the kid prankster on MTV's first season of "Punk'd") plays an average high-schooler who falls for the cutest girl in his class but finds he's looking for love in all the wrong places.
Kennedy plays a young man facing the aftermath of a crazy night of partying. Milonakis' character falls in love with an electric vagina, and Lillard hosts a spoof of TV public service announcements about teen sex.
Other actors include Michael Cera, whose character meets a girl (Joanna Garcia) online and goes to her home for role-playing sex games, only to realize he's in the wrong apartment. Kevin Hart plays a kid obsessed with building the perfect woman on his computer a la "Weird Science."
The film marks the directorial debut of Adam Jay Epstein and Andrew Jacobson, co-writers of "Not Another Teen Movie."
"When I first read the script, I quoted sketches from it all the time. It drove my wife crazy," said producer Richard Suckle ("Yours, Mine & Ours"), who financed the film with Warren Zide ("American Pie") and a group of private investors.
"Saturday Night Live" stars Andy Samberg and Will Forte wrote segments of the screenplay with Epstein, Jacobson, John Solomon and fellow "SNL" writers Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone. Two years ago, they agreed to write short sketches for a spec script, originally titled "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Teen Sex . . . But Were Afraid to Ask."
Muniz' feature credits include "Agent Cody Banks" and its sequel. Pinkston appeared in "Spy Kids 3-D" and "Bad Santa." Kennedy led the cast of "Son of the Mask." Milonakis stars in MTV2's "The Andy Milonakis Show." Lillard will soon be seen in "The Groomsmen" and "What Love Is."
Reuters/Hollywood Reporter


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