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Topics: Jesus, Movies, Mel Gibson

Wednesday, 20 August 2008

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'I'll be back" - Jesus pretending to be Welsh to escape persecution

Bollywood CA - In a frank interview today, Mel Gibson admitted that he had not read the whole Bible when he made his hit film "The Passion"

The 2004 film, which consisted of Jesus being beaten up in a garden, then a Temple, after that a Roman court and finally kicked the shit out of on a rather long road to some hill, ended on a sour note when he was nailed to some wood.

Gibson, 111 yrs, was astounded when told the story actually had a fairly happy ending. "Geez", he was quoted as saying, "I thought he was a goner for sure, I didn't realise he came back for a sequel".

In the recently announced "Passion 2 - The search for Christ and more cash", Gibson will concentrate on the Easter rising of the Lord.

"There'll be lots of eggs, chocolates and I've already cast the Duracell bunny as the Easter bunny so it should look ok".

When questioned as to why he didn't know the true outcome of the story, Gibson admitted that he often used bible pages to roll his joints rather than reading it.

"It has that sort of Rizla feeing and makes a smooth smoke", admitted Gibson, "So I guess I ripped out my own sequel and money-spinner", he laughed.

Leonardo Di capricon has been cast as the lead figure with Jennifer Aniston playing Mary Magdelene as she has the experience of being a prostitute.

Neither the Father, the Son or the Holy Ghost were available for comment as they are competing in the three-legged finals at the Beijing Olympics.

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