Even better is the quote from the clueless WWE Studios head, Michael Luisi;
“We have been looking for ways to continue our relationship with Lionsgate and we saw ‘Leprechaun’ as the perfect opportunity to take a well-known franchise and put a modern-day spin on it. This is a property that we believe our audience will respond to and we continue to look for ways to surprise and engage them.”
How in the crap are they going to “put a modern-day spin” on Leprechaun? Is he going to kill people via viral videos? Will his gold be stolen by Ron Paul? And how often will he wrestle, probably for a GOLD BELT! See, this just writes itself!
And let’s also mention:
Upcoming films for WWE Studios include “No One Lives,” starring Luke Evans and WWE personality Brodus Clay, “Barricade,” starring Eric McCormack; and cult hit “The Day” starring “Lost” vet Dominic Monaghan, Shawn Ashmore, and Ashley Bell, which was purchased at the 2011 Toronto Film Festival.