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Sunday, 4 July 2010

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"Dave, Dave, I love you, but we only have fourteen hours to save London!" - Nick Clegg

It has been announced today that the story of the twin girls attacks by a Fox in London is to be made into a big budget Hollywood film. The film is to be jointly financed by 21st Century Fox, Universal, Warner Brothers, Leopard Films and the BBC, with an estimated budget of at least $1billion.

Few details are known currently due to the early stage of production, but it is known that James "Not David" Cameron, Stephen Spielberg and Micheal Bay are all involved in production, and both ILM and Weta Digital will be producing the special effects.

Whilst casting has only just begun, it is widely rumoured that Samuel L Jackson is favorite to take the role of the Mayor of England, especially as a leaked script has the line "Enough is enough, I've had it with these MotherF*****k Foxes in this MotherF*****k City!"

Another leak suggests that Micheal Bay's main involvement will be the films Climax, a massive battle between David CAmoron and Brian May who will be controlling giant robots shaped like a Foxhound and a Fox respectively, after it turns out that the Leader of the Urban Foxes, responsible for co-ordinating all the attacks, has been living in May's hair. The battle takes place right outside 10 Downing Street and results in the spectacular destruction of The Houses of Parliament, Tower Bridge, Buckingham Palace, St Paul's Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower.

In a twist of irony, the soundtrack is to include a number of re-recordings of classic Queen tracks by the Jonas Brothers, including 'Another Fox Bites the Dust', 'We Will Rock You', 'Dave' based on the song Flash, and 'Save Me (from the nasty Foxes)'. The choice of band has lead to controversy from fans not wanting anything as Gay as the Jonas brothers associated with Queen.

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