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Tuesday, 26 April 2011

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Mel Gibson will be portraying Nicolas Cage in the Vilandro Gorianzanni film. (Photo by Nicolas Cage).

LOS ANGELES - Noted Italian Director Vilandro Gorianzanni in association with Lions Face Films and TouchRock Pictures will direct Mel Gibson and Nicolas Cage in the motion picture The Totally Whacked Out Dipsticks.

The film is loosely based on the basically dysfunctional lives of Gibson and Cage. Gorianzanni said that the picture will be a first for Hollywood as the two main stars will be portraying the two main characters in the movie who happen to be each other.

Gorianzanni elaborated by saying that Mel Gibson will be playing the part of Nicolas Cage and Nicolas Cage will be playing the part of Mel Gibson.

When asked why he had decided to implement this highly unusual type of typecasting into his motion picture, Gori, as his three ex-wives, Kiara, Acadia, and Vonzell called him, replied because he likes to explore the unexplored, to visit the unvisited, and to poke the unpoked.

He then smiled like the Catanzaro cat that swallowed the Campobasso canary and said that he was also doing it because three years ago at the 50th birthday party for director Tico Scallavini, he and fellow directors the Monteverdi brothers Amaretto and Staccato, along with Bandini Borrapelli, Luigi Luigiani, and Sheboygan Saddlewood had all put $1,000 into a pot and whomever would be the first to make a movie with two actors portraying each other would get the $7,000 prize.

The movie will be filmed in the Italian village of Villaggio Paradiso, which is located at the bottom of the boot heel.

Movies By Vilandro Gorianzanni -

  • A Hole-In-One
  • Gone With The Hymen
  • The Tantalizingly Titillating Thighs of Tallulah Teckington
  • Four Split Tails In Old Mexico

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