The producers and directors of the new Green Hornet movie, out later this week, have admitted that they used the soundtrack of thousands of vuvuzelas during the world games in South Africa in the new movie.
"We had to do something because Seth Rogen told us he was leaving the movie if he had to go around buzzing during the whole movie, even if it was only of him and Jay Chow (Kato)", stated assistant producer James Sinkolt. "I could understand the problem so we decided that a low background buzz was the best."
"Funny, the vuvulelas were better sounding than our recordings of actual hornets", stated Dempsey Hendersohn, in charge of the soundtrack.
Most are waiting to see if the new Green Hornet will pick up new fans as the original radio show and comics appeared in the 1930s, although there have been updates over the years.
The film is to be released this week and will be appearing on RealD Cinema and IMAX 3D.
Seth Rogen later told our reporter that he and actor Chow were also tired of the "Stick to the back streets, Kato" appearing in the film over 35 times but that the studio had cut it down to six.
"I wish they would stop playing those stupid vuvulelas!", Rogen suddenly shouted. But none of the reporters said that they could hear any.
This is Raymond Frances for The West Coast Post.