According to a now-deleted tweet by R. Lee Fleming Jr., caught by The Mary Sue, Mr. Shamalamadingdong did not actually write the fresh Prinze's teen classic "She's All That."
"@jxmitchell @nicolarz Only in his mind, James," he tweeted at someone expressing surprise at last week's revelation.
Twist! Double-twist! Who can we even trust?!
Previously, 5/30/2013: IMDb lists the 1999 teen rom-com "She's All That" as having been written by a gentleman named R. Lee Fleming, Jr., who later went on to write pretty much the same movie in 2001's "Get Over It" before runs on "One Tree Hill" and "The Lying Game."
Except (Crazy Last Minute Plot Twist) no he didn't! At least, not if you believe a recent interview with M. Night Shyamalan, who claims (Crazy Last Minute Plot Twist) it was M. Night Shyamalan who wrote
The rather random revelation comes from an interview Shyamalan did last month with Movies.com during the promotion for his latest critically-maligned box office disappointment, "After Earth." He was trying to prove his range as a storyteller because "She's All That" was released in 1999 -- the same year as family hit "Stuart Little" (which Shyamalan has a writing credit on) and the Oscar-nominated blockbuster "The Sixth Sense" (which made Shyamalan's career).
Instead, it's just more proof that most movies Shyamalan is involved with aren't actually any good.
We also don't know how the credited writer of "She's All That" -- R. Lee Fleming -- feels about this. Fleming has since gone on to write for TV's "One Tree Hill" and "The Lying Game,
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