HOLLYWOOD - Word coming out of Tinsel Town is that TouchRock Pictures in association with Cinema Castle Films will soon begin production on Sheboygan Saddlewood's We're Just Too Darn Pretty For Words.
The motion picture will star Paris Hilton, Cameron Diaz, and Samantha Brick and will deal with the Poupée Erotique Modeling Agency which is owned by a wealthy Frenchman Toulouse P. Le Mans, 38.
Hilton, Diaz, and Brick will all portray beautiful models who are all vying for the affections of one of Europe's richest gentleman who goes through beautiful models like raindrops go through Kleenex.
Saddlewood recently completed filming on Oops - The Rush Limbaugh Story which starred Ron Jeremy, Kim Kardashian, and Denzel Washington as President Barack Obama.
The famed director noted that at first he did not want to take the directing job on We're Just Too Darn Pretty For Words due to the fact that he felt that he would not be able to put up with the self-centered, extremely egotistical rants of Samantha Brick.
Brick is that woman from the United Kingdom who seems to think that she is one of the most beautiful women in the entire civilized world and who feels that every woman hates her because she is so amazingly attractive.
Paris and Cameron had a talk with Ms. Brick and they assured Saddlewood that the blonde lass would be behaving herself and that she had agreed to forfeit her entire salary if she even made one conceited or egocentric remark during the entire filming.
The movie will be filmed on location in Dubai, India; Osaka, Japan; and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Saddlewood informed Showbiz Gazette that he will be taking full advantage of the sexy, sultry bodies of Paris, Cameron, and Samantha by having them appear in countless skimpy swimsuits, sensuously sexy lingerie wear, and the shortest short shorts that Victoria's Secret sells.
In late breaking news. Vanna White of The Wheel of Fortune has just announced that she has suddenly developed a phobia about letters and confessed that she may have to end up having to quit her job as a letter turner.