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  • Robin Williams runs for President!

    Originally posted by Variety
    Morgan Creek is wrapping up negotiations to finance "Man of the Year," a comedy that will re-team Robin Williams with director Barry Levinson ("Good Morning Vietnam", "Wag the Dog", "Men in Black") reports Variety.

    Williams will play a Jon Stewart-like host of a latenight political talkshow who runs for president to make noise on the campaign trail. The stunt backfires after a series of unusual circumstances leads him to victory.

    Levinson, who wrote the script, will begin production late in the fall with shooting Toronto, and exteriors in Maryland and DC.
    Freaking genius stuff here! This is high concept comedy! I love it!







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    Sounds like a good old-fashion comedy. Can't wait to laugh!
    -Monorail Man

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      Re: Robin Williams runs for President!

      yes yes yes... hes back in buissness!...the only time a year i get to see robin williams is when he announces best animated feature at the academy awards... finally, hes in a new movie!!!

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        Re: Robin Williams runs for President!

        Good to see Robin Williams again. )

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          This sounds like it will be an awesome movie! Can't wait to see it!

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            Re: Robin Williams runs for President!

            :clap:
            ~~~:ap:~~~

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            • #7
              Re: Robin Williams runs for President!

              He's been in movies regularly, but they have been dramas.....should be nice to see him being funny again. (Final Cut and One Hour Photo and Insomnia were NOT funny)

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                It sounds like a good concept so i hope they can pull it off. Williams is one of those actors who, in my opinion, is only as good as the director controlling him. His schtick gets old fast for me. A good enough director that can keep his hijinx focused can produce great results, but too often they just let him go crazy and it's just not very entertaining to me. I feel the same way about Jim Carey and few other actors.



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