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Set For The Silver-screen: Go The F*ck To Sleep

SilverscreenI know you all remember the book that caused a sensational uproar on the internets not too long ago.

The popularity of the book in fact trickled onto everyone’s radar, everywhere. Even people who don’t have kids or whose kids are grown. How do I know this?

We’ve received 3 copies over the past year from said such types of people.

Well.

That picture up there is no joke. Due to the immense popularity of Samuel L. Jackson’s reading of the book, (oh sure – Werner Herzog did one too, but nothing compares to the dark-comic badassery of SLJ or the “Christopher Walken” impersonario.), it is now indeed slated to hit the silver-screen by industry giant Fox 2000.

While I find the notion amusing – one has to wonder just how in the f*ck they are going to pull that off!

Our friend Ilana Rosengartens of Mommy Shorts seems to have a pretty good handle on it. I concur with her closing sentiment. Save yourself the $12.50 and see (read) her proposed 1st scene for the movie. HI-LA-RIOUS.

I for one think that Christopher Walken and Samuel L. Jackson need to be in the movie. Just sayin’.

Anyways. I promised my editor I’d keep my bitch-ass in check with this one. But if you’d like to subject yourself to some more cursing and verbal gesticulating over this whole preposterous idea, hop on over to Gawker – for more details on this highly important nugget of news.

Top Image Credit used with permission via Mommy Shorts

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Selena is a crafty, culinary mom. Regular writer here and on Disney Baby. Part-time mischief maker, all the time geek. Proud of her Anishinaabe roots.

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