Second part to my Movie Legends trilogy.
After managing to take down Carlson's found footage company, both legendary movie critics Thomas Ridley and Michael Calvin have successfully revived their careers and are now working as executives for many movie companies, and have established a newfound friendship for each other. Anthony Wayne, Ridley and Calvin's biggest fan is now an up and coming actor for Hollywood.
Anthony begins to take on a superhero role that will skyrocket his career and give him more opportunities to work on several movies (Independent and Blockbusters), while Ridley begins to suspect that there is something fishy going on behind the scenes.
It turns out that the superhero movie is actually a teenage rom-com with little action sequences that is at possible risk of ruining Anthony's career and could be released to all teenage audiences around the world. Worst part? A pack of all action teenage boys want to drive the chick flick aura out of the movie, while the romance loving but brooding teenage girls want to focus on bare-chested men and drama.
Will Ridley and Calvin be able to prevent a war against the teenage audiences with a desire to ruin the careers of three, or will the battle increment to a point where the movie studios become a larger battlefield?
MPAA: Rated R for pervasive language, intense violence and mayhem, brief drug content, and some sexuality - all involving teens.
(Comparison Pitch: Horrible Bosses meets Kick-Ass 2.)
Jason Drake - 19 year old stuck up pretty boy on the “Bad Boy” side of the teenage audience.
Marie Todd - 21 year old party loving girl on the “Chick Flick” side of the teenage audience.
Riley Belle - Beautiful college girl whom Jason takes an interest in, despite her being on the “Chick Flick” side.
Janson Williams - Skilled and upcoming director of his up and coming superhero blockbuster.
10 years earlier 10 years later 80s 90s action Adaptation adventure aliens Animated Animation Based on Animated Series based on book based on comic based on comic book based on tv series Based on video game batman biopic Book christmas comedy comic adaptation comic book crime crime fighting superhero Crossover DC DC Comics Disney drama epic family fantasy Game History horror Idea-for-TV kids Live Action live-action martial arts Marvel Marvel Comics Music Musical mystery reboot remake romance Sci Fi sci-fi science fiction scifi Sequel Spy Superhero supervillain suspense teens thriller videogame adaptation war western