What if the animated Scooby Doo movie was remade as a live action film in 2018?
A remake of the 2000 supernatural horror film that starred Harrison Ford and Michelle Pfeiffer
Kyle Cooke now on the run from the law, winds up hiding in some bushes at a mansion. The owner of the mansion is former Price is Right host Bob Barker, The elderly Bob takes in the fugative and the two fall for each other and begin having a sexual relationship. However just as things are looking up for the deranged boy, He finds out that his nemesis Tom Hanks has won another Oscar. Kyle kisses Bob goodbye and sets out to find Tom Hanks, But unbeknownst to Kyle he has been set up. Just as he begins to close ...
Kyle Cooke now in prison spends most of his time plotting his revenge on Tom Hanks and Hollywood as a whole. One day he meets fellow inmates Harvey Weinstein and Phil Spector who also want revenge on the entertainment industry. With the help of Suge Knight the trio escapes. While hiding in the dessert they are visited by the spirit of Charles Manson who tells them to blow up the Hollywood sign. Kyle uses a Wilson Vollyball to lure Tom Hanks to the Hollywood sign where Phil Spector and Harvey Weinstein have set up explosives. Just as the sign is ...
An autistic guy named Kyle Cooke is obsessed with becoming an actor, screenwriter, and director. After netflix refuses to buy his script Kyle looses his grip with reality. He begins stalking many celebrities especially a-list actresses whom he dreamt of having love scenes with on film. He also plots to assassinate director Steven Spielberg out of jealousy. After his failed assassination attempt Kyle kidnaps Tom Hanks. After being held prisoner for weeks Tom breaks free and brutally attacks his kidnapper Kyle. Hanks then escapes Kyle's twisted dungeon and the L.A PD arrests Kyle
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