20 July 2024

The Farrelly Brothers Three Stooges Gets its First Teaser (silhouette) Poster

Unless your a connoisseur of film and are passionate films from all generations or you are or have a relative who can remember this classic trio you probably haven’t got a scooby Doo who The Three Stooges are but in 2012 you will. Its been a longtime passion for the Farrelly Brothers to bring the story of some of their comedy heros to the big screen possibly introducing the trio to a new generation, that plan may have worked if Jim Carey, Sean Penn and Benico Del toro played these Knucklehead but that collasped.After some badgering, a severely cut budget the film is now going to happen with Sean Hayes (who? ok Jack From Will&Grace), Chris Diamantopoulos (who?), and Will Sasso (who?), sadly this movie like the posters slogan ‘Just Say Moe!’ I think we can say the essence of this project went out the door when the brothers lost the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow 3 tv actors for a movie that will struggle unless your a fans of the 3 Stooges or The Farrelly Brothers, this film reeks of ‘direct to dvd’. Ill give the brothers the credit of trying to keep a dream going you never know they could surprise us all pull off a brilliant film sadly at the moment its very forgettable… what was I talking about? mmm? Only Joking Honestly The Three Stooges were slapstick, silly knuckleheads but no way their comedy style is like the Farrelly Brothers Something About Mary or Hallpass.

Check  out the silhouette poster of the three brothers very unoriginal plus if Ive never heard of The Three Stooges the poster says nothing to me. Anyway no release date yet for this flick in UK but American fans can catch it 4th April 2012, film also stars Jane Lynch, Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Hudson, and Larry David.

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