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Sunday, 7 October 2012

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A baseball and glove that Taylor Lautner used in the beginning of the movie. (Photo by Bob Uecker).

LOS ANGELES - Hollywood Sign Films and director Bandini Borapelli have just announced that they have wrapped up shooting on the spy comedy Done But With Errors On Page.

The film has received an R-rating due to the explicit language which is quite vulgar in nature, several nude scenes involving Miss Montag and three circus midgets, and a marlin fishing scene in which two fishermen are each shown chugging a bottle of Johnny Walker Red.

Montag stars as Daisy Tallafiorello, a unemployed pole dancer from Lake Tahoe, Nevada, who travels to Barcelona, Spain, in order to work as an interpreter for the Spanish government.

Taylor Lautner, co-stars as Hank "Lefty" Batboro, a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, who is forced to retire after he loses the ability to throw a curveball.

In his last major league appearance, Batboro gives up 9 runs in 2/3 innings as he walks 7 batters and hits 3 other ones.

He is taken out of the game and before the game ends the third base coach informs him that the team has released him.

Batboro embarrassed beyond belief decides to leave America for at least eight months and flies to Barcelona to visit the president of his Spanish Fan Club, Perpetua De Los Pesos, who is played by Mila Kunis.

He soon gets involved with Montag's character Daisy and without giving away too much of the movie's plot the two end up holding up The Greater Barcelona Third National Bank and escaping with the equivalent of $1.7 million [U.S].

They flee to Genoa, Italy, and are soon caught hiding in the back of The PDQ Pizza Parlor.

The couple is immediately extradited back to Spain, where they go to trial, are found guilty, and both receive sentences of 37 years.

In Other News. The government of Cuba has informed the United States government that they are willing to trade 800,000 of the finest Cuban cigars for 50 brand new iPad3's.

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