by Dan Gibson
This is actually happening, but thankfully, the producers of the new Three Stooges movie have given us five months to prepare for this (likely) cinematic tragedy:
The comedy is not a biopic but instead is shot in three segments in the style of their film shorts from the '30s and '40s and places the trio in contemporary times as they struggle to save the orphanage where they were raised. The Farrellys, known for R-rated ribaldry, have vowed to keep the humor at a PG level. But with Larry David as a vindictive nun, an appearance by the kids of The Jersey Shore and even that hunky Old Spice guy in the cast, the slapstick should still run amok.
And now, a poll: