Thursday, January 13, 2011

Zombies Kill George Lucas Plan

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Actors rise up in protest

In a horrifying development, deceased Hollywood film star Zombies broke up a press conference called by George Lucas to announce plans to use digital re-creations of dead actors in film projects.   

Officials suspect that Wiki Leaks released the information to the deceased shortly before the event.  Free speech advocates applauded the leak as a victory for dead rights.

A spokesman for Lucas said it was a sad day for Hollywood when the deceased stars put themselves ahead of the viewing public.

According to reports Lucas also planned to announce the release of the first film using a digital representation of deceased actors. 

He recently completed filming of  "The Return of Lawrence of Arabia" starring digitized versions Peter O'Toole and Omar Sharif.   He was stunned to discover that both O'Toole and Sharif are actually still alive. 

Upon realizing his mistake he delayed release of the movie for a few months saying, "They can't be around too much longer."

There are also reports that the studio producers are not happy with the final version and are considering using a digital  Albert Hitchcock to re-film the sequel.

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