Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Sam Ronson to do Movie Based on Old Weird Socks Adult Underground Comics

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Wednesday, 23 February 2011

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Some "Classic Comics" are now kept in hardback for safety.

This morning it was announced that Lindsay Lohan and Paris Hilton will appear in an updated movie based upon the old 1960's underground comic, "Weird Socks", that came out in the 1960's.

The idea isn't new as Stephen King once did a trilogy movie based upon the Tales From the Crypt magazine and even starred in one of the episodes.

The original Weird Socks was a hit 40-45 years ago in print form and after the original 100 copies were made, several more were printed because of the originals selling so fast. An original copy is worth several hundred dollars in the current market for old comics.

A spokesman for Lindsay Lohan hinted that her friend Samantha Ronson may also make a guest five-minute appearance.

The movie will be rated "Adults Only" and the filming will begin just as soon as Lohan finds out how her trial and possible sentence for stealing a necklace turns out.

Paris Hilton's famous video that came out several years ago could be compared to the old amateur comics, such as Weird Socks.

Should this become a hit, will a movie of the old classic "Keep On Truckin'" comics, with a slight title change, be out next?

Either way, show biz and movies are at their very best according to a recent poll of teens who expect to at least see a rented copy of the Weird Socks movie.

"What's all that Humpty Bogart black and white crap compared to today's super actors and actresses?", many are asking.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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