June 24, 2009

This Weeks Sign of The Apocalyse

This Weeks Sign of The Apocalyse comes from our friends at Haaretz who report the following:

Is Britney Spears set to star in a Holocaust movie?

"Is American mega pop star Britney Spears set to return to the big screen, seven years after starring in the box office flop Crossroads? According to reports, Spears has been offered a part in the upcoming Holocaust film The Yellow Star of Sophia and Eton, which integrates time travel, concentration camps and a love story.

If she accepts the role, Spears will be taking on the title role of Sophia LaMont, a woman who invents a time machine and succeeds in traveling to the time of the Second World War. According to the script, LaMont ends up at a concentration camp and falls in love with a Jewish prisoner named Eton. However, the budding love story is cut short when both are killed by the Nazis."

I can't decide what I like best about this. Britney will be perfect as a genius who invents a time machine that just happens to take her back to WWII so that she can be incarcerated in a concentration camp, fall in love and be killed by the Nazis.

Rumor has it that this film will be followed up by a blockbuster history piece about David Ben Gurion and Golda Meir starring media giants Perez and Paris Hilton respectively.

Oh and did I mention that Spielberg is negotiating with me for the rights to produce a feature film about my life. Stay tuned because in this wacky world anything can happen.

Crossposted on Yourish.

5 comments:

Flash said...

Why, oh dear God, why?!?
I didn't realize that she had gotten off the crazy train long enough to make a movie.

Jack said...

Good question- hell if I know.

therapydoc said...

Apocalyse soon, for sure. And we'll be there to blog about it, right?

Kol Ra'ash Gadol said...

Why? Duh, because she looks so good with her head shaved. Don't you remember?

Jack said...

Apocalyse soon, for sure. And we'll be there to blog about it, right?

That's what we do.

KRG,

Sure I remember. Should have seen her at the UJ. She'd come strolling in at Mincha and ask all sorts of interesting questions.