Sunday, August 29, 2004

Chassidic Rock Star Film to be Released:

Tina Fey and Paramount are getting ready to collaborate yet again:

The studio has picked up the rights to Curly Oxide and Vic Thrill in a deal worth a mid-six against seven figures. Lorne Michaels and John Goldwyn will produce the project for the studio.
Curly Oxide tells the true story of the unlikely pairing of a Hasidic Jew and a rock musician who form a bond, and ultimately, a band. One day Curly Oxide, a stage name, walked into a Brooklyn bar where Thrill had been playing his tunes. They soon struck up a conversation, and a mutual interest in music led Thrill to invite Curly to his recording studio. During his visit, Curly and Thrill began mixing their musical styles and cultural backgrounds to create playful lyrics and songs.

I would like to call upon MoChassid (being a that Chassid is his name) to give a full review upon it's debut.
It should prove to be one interesting film.