HOLLYWOOD HILLS - Film producer, director, and writer Mel Brooks, who produced such great comedies as Young Frankenstein's Frankfurter, Robin Hood - Transvestites In Tights, Space Balls - Galaxy Dicks, Blazing Saddles, and the sequel Burning Hemorrhoids has announced that he has just signed Aussie bad boy Mel Gibson.
Brooks, who says he is 84, but public records show he is closer to 104, stated that he is thrilled to have signed his namesnake (Freudian slip) namesake Mel Gibson to star in his new comedy Mel Gibson Vs. The Chupacabra.
Mel, the old as hell one, said that he wrote the movie in two weeks. He said that he would go into YouTube every day, watch the unbelievably atrocious antics of Gibson, and end up writing four to six scenes.
Brooks said that he feels so guilty that he may just end up giving Gibson co-writing credit. He thought about it for a moment and the old Jewish dude said, "But then maybe not."
When Gibson first received an email from Brooks asking him to star in his new comedy, he refused. He said that he was not in a good frame of mind and that he did not feel like being funny.
Brooks told him to quit acting like a cross between Richard Simmons and Clay Aiken and look down at his crotch, and notice that he still has a bulge there, more commonly referred to as a wiener and get with the program.
Gibson started laughing so hard he told Brooks that he would do his comedy motion picture. Mel told him that he would of course be playing the part of Mel Gibson and that he had signed English singer Amy Winehouse to play the part of the Chupacabra.
Brooks, who knows that Gibson is kind of sweet on Britney Spears, informed him that Spears would be playing his wife, Dipsy May.
Gibson told Brooks over the phone that he was so thrilled that he had cast Britney as his wife and that the first time he sees him in person he is going to give him such a tremendously strong French kiss that it will make his uvula vibrate so hard his ears will ring and play the song "Who Let The Dogs Out."
Brooks emailed him back and told him that a handshake, a high five, a fist bump, or even a tuna tickler bump would suffice.
SIDENOTE: Filming on the movie will begin in two weeks and it will take place on location down in Las Maracas, Texas, birthplace of the infamous Attila The Hun.