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The movie was envisioned as a direct-to-video franchise way back in 2011. A throwaway joke capable of earning quick cash with its quirky premise. The storyline followed a woman so obese, her footsteps caused explosions. In the movie, she takes on a Nazi army with her trusty duel swords, ready to slice anyone that makes fun of her.
Director Uwe Boll is pretty confident a sequel will never happen.
The film was shot simultaneously with Bloodrayne: The Third Reich, using the same sets and actors. A director who likes
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Before you even read the script,
For those interested, Blubberella was filmed dually with Bloodrayne 3 in Zagreb, Croatia. And many actors from Bloodrayne 3 participate in this film: "you almost feel sorry for the film’s cast, who have been plucked from the set of Bloodrayne 3 to participate in one
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Here's the trailer for the weirdest and most irreverent film Uwe Boll has made thus far. Blubberella is clearly intended as a comedy, and while there are plenty of fat jokes (mostly with food), the rest of the cast is certainly willing to degrade themselves as well. Clint Howard plays notorious medical monster Dr. Josef Mengele, while Boll takes on the evil Adolf Hitler himself, with just a touch of the retarded. There's some slapstick, and much of it is a parody of Boll's other two films (also shot in the same location, at the same time) Bloodrayne III and Auschwitz, both of which are far more serious and dark in tone.
However, will women be offended? There's no fat suit, people - star Lindsay Hollister is a plus-sized actress showing her comedy chops.
A few weeks ago, we brought you the film’s poster and mind-bending synopsis which said something to the effect of, I’m paraphrasing here, “It’s funny because she’s an overweight super-hero.” Unfortunately, the trailer does little to undermine that stance. In spite of all this, I still encourage you to check it out after the jump if for no other reason than to join me in a collective facepalm.
Here’s the trailer:
One really needs to wonder what Boll is doing some days. Sometimes he comes up with an excellent commentary on the prevalence of North American violence in Rampage. Then, he turns a video game into a franchise e.g. Bloodrayne and Alone in the Dark. His inconsistency is what draws questions. So, please Boll stick to making films with relevant social commentaries like Darfur and leave the easily targeted overweight women alone.
You can watch the trailer for both that and Bloodrayne 3: The Third Reich—the movie Blubberella parodies, and which was filmed simultaneously—after the jump. Be warned: the latter contains some rough language.
Lindsay Hollister (who had a small role in Postal) stars as the overweight heroine. Clint Howard and Michael Pare co-star. Uwe Boll himself is listed as having an acting role in the film.
The first female fat superhero ...
She will kick major ass - with her major ass ...
All the Bloodrayne fans will love that movie!
Feast your eyes, glut your soul on all the horrors that await. Just don't blame us if you lose your lunch in the process.
Blubberella - Official Trailer
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"We shot Blubberella (couldn't fight him on that name, though I tried) along side BloodRayne 3," says actress and comedian Lindsay Hollister when we asked her about the new film Blubberella ('The first female fat superhero') directed by legendary Teuton Uwe Boll. "That's why the cast of Bloodrayne 3 is the same as Blubberella, except for myself in the title role. Michael Pare still plays the Commandant (though a wackier version of him)."
And as far as how the film will be played, it is a parody. "We wanted to make a spoof movie, making fun of everyone really. But mostly taking the script of Bloodrayne 3 and mocking it."
The news about Blubberella has been floating around the Internet a lot the past few weeks, mainly because people don't know how to react to an over-sized superhero.
You can accuse Uwe Boll of many things, but a slacker he is not. His Billy Zane drama about the atrocities being committed in Darfur hits DVD shelves today, a biopic on the life of famed German boxer Max Schmeling is awaiting release, and he has a third BloodRayne film finally set in Nazi Germany like the original video game due next year. And, since he had the sets and costumes on hand, he's moved full speed ahead into what will undoubtedly be a very controversial movie graphically depicting the Holocaust horrors committed at Auschwitz. Now, via the American Film Market announcement,
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