In February, we reported that Walt Disney Studios was moving forward on a remake of the 1952 comedy The Stooge starring Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Only in this version, Mickey Mouse and Roger Rabbit would be the leads in what was described as a mix of CGI and live action that also featured cameos from Walt Disney himself and Orson Welles. This news came directly from Who Framed Roger Rabbit? creator and writer of the original novel upon which the movie is based, Gary K. Wolf.
This morning, we somehow managed to get the reclusive Roger Rabbit himself (aka published scientist and comedian Charles Fleischer) on the phone to talk about the Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Blu-ray coming out March 12th, and he called this news a little white lie.
"I would say the key word of the phrase is 'rumor'. Yes. It is unsubstantiated. I would say that any »
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