Written by Hydrogen Balloon
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Topics: Susan Boyle, Titanic

Monday, 20 July 2009

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Susan Sings The Title Song 'Gargargaragaragirrrrl'

Hollywood CA-- The long-awaited sequel to Hollywood's biggest moneymaker is all set to debut next week. 'Titanic II:The Sequel' will follow-up on what happened to the famous wreck after it hit the infamous iceberg. Susan Boyle will sing the title song underwater.

The unusual sequel will have no cast, no plot and no director. The four-hour long movie simply shows the bottom of the ocean off Newfoundland. It is expected to make $500 million dollars and only cost $25.00 to produce.

The film is considered very New Wave and is already being considered for Oscars. The film's low cost and expected high revenue could revolutionize film making for decades.

Those who have seen the unreleased movie say it is very relaxing and existential. From time to time fish swin in front of the camera, adding to the dramatic tension. It is a very sensitive film that only the most discriminating film buff can appreciate.

Susan Boyle will sing the film score underwater. The song is called 'Gargargaragaragirrrrl', and it sounds like Susan is drowning. Many people have wept after hearing the song, and it is expected to make millions too.

The film opens next week in over 3,000 theaters nationwide. A third sequel is already in the planning stages with the clever title of 'Titanic III:The Third Sequel.'

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