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College Orgy Cinema-Verite Style

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | April 21, 2010 | Comments ()


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Todd Phillips, he of The Hangover and Road Trip fame, has a project in development, Project X, which is being described as a "hard-R" party movie cast with a lot of unknowns. There's an open casting session and a website called ProjectXOpenCall was created so that they could find a bunch of people who aren't normally in movies. I don't really get what's going on with the casting, but it's apparently very unique, and Collider has more details on that, which they got from Phillips personally. Details about the movie are being kept mum, though there's some indication (via Firstshowing) that it will be filmed cineme verite style (that means, as though the camera were being held by a dumbass drunken college student), but I'm guessing it's going to be a raunchy, sex-filled Can't Hardly Wait. That's what I'd like for it to be, anyway, because it allows me to post the clip below. Whatever happened to Charlie Korsmo, anyway? This is his last known screen appearance:

Man, that scene still rocks your face off, don't it? But who else misremembers that character as being played by DJ Qualls?

In a somewhat related story, in that Can't Hardly Wait was a high school movie, and the below trailer is called High School, y'all gotta check this out. Here's Adrien Brody's tour de force. Forget The Pianist, forget The Thin Red Line and forget ... uh, The Village, here he is as "Psycho Ed" in John Stalberg's High School, which also stars the likes of Colin Hanks, Curtis "Booger" Armstrong, and Michael Vartan.

Psycho Ed is a deranged motherfucker.








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