HOLLYWOOD - A spokesperson for the Nickelodeon Network has just announced that they will soon begin filming on a Halloween special based on Elvira McFiddletocky's 18th century novel The Halloween Witches Vs. The Pumpkin Eating Vampires.
The specials producer, noted motion picture producer Sheboygan Saddlewood, says that he has been wanting to film the McFiddletocky classic for the past 15 years.
He noted that finally, this year, the author agreed to allow him full creative control of the production.
In the lead role of Zenita The Witch From Wichita, Saddlewood has cast 18-year-old singing sensation Selena Gomez, whom he noted first read the McFiddletocky classic at the tender age of two.
Saddlewood proudly boasted that he was able to cast Canadian singing sensation Justin Bieber, 16, in the role of Toby Timberfinger, a boy from the tiny New England town of Sparrow Freckle, Rhode Island.
Timberfinger, has the ability to transform himself into a first class vampire by merely uttering the old Icelandic phrase: Humba, himba, frozen fire, I touch a spider and I become a vampire.
Bieber said that he, just like Selena, first read the novel when when he was also two-years-old. He even noted that from the time that he was three until he was eleven, his mother dressed him up as little Toby Timberfinger for nine Halloween's in a row.
Justin laughed and said that the outfit was finally retired after he somehow managed to rip a pretty good size hole in the outfit's crotch area.
SIDENOTE: Saddlewood has said that he has talked to several of his close Hollywood friends and some have agreed to appear in cameo roles. Some of the actors include Johnny Depp, Brad Pitt, and George Clooney, but not Mel Gibson, Kathy Griffin, or Ashton Kutcher.