Friday, September 05, 2008

Awesome developments: GHOSTBUSTERS 3!!!!

Okay, if there was anything I love more than "Bones," the NY Giants or life and love itself, it's the Ghostbusters franchise.

And now, they've officially announced that a third installment will indeed be produced!!

It will be developed by two writers'producers of "The Office," who have already gained the trust of original Ghostbusters writer/actor Harold Ramis. Good. Enough. For. Me.

I hereby begin my pointless campaign to beg them to let me be a Ghostbuster. Please. I'm begging you. I would be excellent, I promise. At least let me be an extra. I'd pay them to be in it. Seriously, it would be a dream come true. Don't you want to make someone's dream come true? I mean, I'm not dying or anything, but I would be an awesome Ghostbuster. Wouldn't you rather have someone in your cast who had a Dan Aykroyd-like knowledge and appreciation of the Ghostbusters story?

Okay, if you don't want to take the chance on me, then please consider a couple of possible other casting choices. (Professional, legitimate actors who have been in actual things.)

Eric Millegan: Was downgraded to recurring/guest status on the show "Bones." He's already played a genius, and he could easily play another one. He's funny, he can do the $10 words, and he should be much more well-known than he is, because he's also a really, really good actor.

TJ Thyne: Another "Bones" guy, he's got the Bill Murray/Peter Venkman smoothness down. Also comfortable with the science jargon, he's one of the most recognizable faces out there and can do physical comedy. He's also, in my opinion, sex on a stick. So is Millegan, in my opinion.

I go into it all more here.

Okay, so, the only headshots I have are from four years ago, and while I haven't changed much at all in that time, the shots were taken the day before Election Day 2004 and I wasn't even sure what to do with them or why I was spending the money on them at all. So they suck. But I can assure you, I am, at the very least, cute. I've done sketch comedy in NYC for years and have taken one hardcore acting class. I might be about as qualified as Sarah Palin is to be VP, but if you look at it another way, I'm also about as qualified as Barack Obama - in the way that he's clearly more up to the job and trustworthy.

But if you want to cast an equally funny woman with experience, I get it.
I implore you though, Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg - don't fuck this up.

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