July 31, 2010

Lindsay Lohan and Vince 'The Shamwow Guy' Team up in 'Underground Comedy 2010

Square One Entertainment releases a hilarious trailer for the new movie "Underground Comedy 2010" – a raunchy over-the-top sketch comedy co-starring Lindsay Lohan ("Mean Girls"), Michael Clark Duncan ("The Green Mile"), Bobby Lee ("Pineapple Express"), Joanna Krupa ("Planet Of The Apes"), and Vince "The Shamwow Guy" Offer ("The Underground Comedy Movie").  
The trailer is now available on YouTube (click here to view and embed in your website or blog).
"Underground Comedy 2010" was written and directed by Vince Offer and produced through his production company Square One Entertainment.  "Underground Comedy 2010" also features some of the best skits from Offer's directorial debut, the cult classic "Underground Comedy Movie" – which was released in 1999 and critics billed as "The most offensive movie ever made…"
Lohan, who was noticeably sporting a SCRAM Bracelet during the shoot, was given the opportunity of a lifetime to jab back at the media in a scene where she guns down a row of pushy paparazzi.
In recent years, Offer has become somewhat of a cult icon, being the first infomercial personality to show potential for crossing over from pitchman to personality.  Lines like "Made in Germany ... you know the Germans always make good stuff!" from the Shamwow spot and "You're gonna love my nuts!" from his over-the-top Slap Chop commercials have propelled Offer into the limelight.
Snoop Dogg paid tribute to Offer by incorporating his Slap Chop line - "Fettuccini, linguini, martini, bikini" — into his verse onKaty Perry's track "California Gurls."  Vince was recently tapped by Eminem to write, direct and star in a viral video to promote his new "Recovery" album, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts.  The hilarious two minute video is a spoof on the "infomercial" format and features Vince hocking the Recovery CD as if it were a Slap Chop or ShamWow! type product (click here to watch the uncensored version of Emwow video).
"Underground Comedy 2010" is slated for a theatrical release this Fall.
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