- Written by Frankenstein, Former Agent of S.H.A.D.E. on Friday, October 19 2012 and posted in News with Benefits
David Fincher want Brad Pitt to take lead role in movie adaptation of 20,000 Leagues Under Sea.
Jules Verne no Mary Shelley, but Frank still big fan of work. That why Frank excited about upcoming movie adaptation of Verne's book, 20,000 Leagues Under Sea, by director David Fincher. According to Variety, Pitt would play harpooner Ned Lands. Harpoons very scary. Not as bad as pitchfork, because pitchforks poke Frank with three sharp points instead of one.
Brad Pitt is handsome hunk. Frank would be happy to have some of Pitt's body parts if they available. Frank not saying Frank will murder Pitt and chop up body parts. Just saying, if available, Frank would take them.
No word yet on who play Captain Nemo, but Frank just like to put out there that Frank available for part of giant squid. Frank like being underwater. No fire. Fire bad.
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About the Author - Frankenstein, Former Agent of S.H.A.D.E.
Frankenstein is the swordwielding monsterfighting monster formerly employed by S.H.A.D.E., a global agency dedicated to fighting weird stuff. Unfortunately, Dan Didio laid off Frankenstein due to low sales, and Frank quickly lost the bulk of his intelligence trying to piece together DC continuity while updating his resume. Luckily, the Outhouse's staff is largely made up of dumb beasts, and Frank is now working as an contributing reporter while he is between jobs.
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