You never know what horrors you’ll find on a Hollywood studio lot…
That’s the kind of sign that makes an actor stand back for a second and think about his career choice.
This is even worse than that casting email for the quizzno’s sub kid you posted about.
Did anyone even SEE the original Garfield? What on earth would make studio execs think that a sequel would be a good idea?
I’ll never understand Hollywood.
Oh come on,it was a great movie.There was the part where….ummmm ahhh…..well,then there was the bit where…….gee you know……..the funny bit when…….and it was hysterical when…….errrr….uhhhh…well at least it was short.Yeah…that’s it…it was short….see?I knew there was something great about it.
I thought people had to actually see the first movie before they would make a second one?
Wasn’t that movie a bomb? Why would they make a sequel?
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