HOLLYWOOD - Shakespeare's Juliet once asked, "What's in a name?" And literally hundreds of people have provided what they think is the answer.
But comedian Zydeco Dupree recently stated to Barbara Walters on The View that the only answer to that question is quite simply the seven lettered word "Letters."
Yes Dupree remarked some of the letters are consonants and some are vowels, but basically they are all "Letters."
And now film executives at several leading Hollywood motion picture studios including TouchRock, Lions Face, and Cloud 13 have banned together and have sent film star Zach Galifanakis a certified letter asking him to please change his last name.
A spokesperson for the film companies, Claudio Kvetchski, stated that theater owners are voicing extreme complaints saying that Zach's last name just takes up too much space on their theater marquees.
One theater owner identified as Herschel Goldenbagel of Poughkeepsie, New York, said that he flat out refuses to show anymore of Zach's movies until something is done.
He said that Zach's last film The Tenderfoot and The Kiowa War Party, which was directed by the great Clint Eastwood, will be the last Galifanakis movie he shows.
Goldenbagel said that he reluctantly showed Hangover and Hangover Part II, but noted that he will not be showing the franchise's third installment Hangover Part III - That's It Guys, We've Got To Get Ourselves Into A Rehab Clinic.
He noted that between Zach Galifanakis, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Arnold Schwarzenegger, they pretty much exhaust his entire supply of marquee letters.
Zydeco Dupree spoke with Zach Galifanakis and Zach informed him that he is seriously thinking about changing his name from Zach Galifanakis to Zach G-Spot.