New skating movie?
Has anyone seen this?
I was just browsing through the net and saw an article on some little kid featured in it. A new skating movie? It feels like the plot has been done before... Two rivals pairing up...
It says Will Ferrell and Jon Heder as the main characters, forming a pair together (????????????????????) . Excuse me?
Supporting my theory;
And yes, this is a comedy, clearly supported by the picture at this lovely little page... http://joblo.com/index.php?id=12719
Sasha Cohen is supposedly in this movie.
If I read the plot correctly, it seems the two banned skaters are males and are trying make a comeback as same sex Pairs.
New Skating Movie
According to Boitano's newsletter; he along with Peggy Fleming, Dorothy Hamill, and Nancy Kerrigan and filmed non-speaking cameo roles for this movie as officials that bar Will Farrell and Jon Heder from participating in the Olympics.
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I have been waiting for this movie to come out for a long time now. I am sure it will at least be worth a chuckle or two.
Originally Posted by c_e_ahlen
the movie has finished filming awhile ago, here are some more links for your in case you are interested
scroll down on this one, called A Star on Ice From Chatham
there was a web page showing which real skater dubbed for the skating, i can't find that page right now
Last edited by babyoscar; 10-06-2006 at 01:56 PM.
The Ice is Slippery
I'd go see it or maybe wait until it comes to video. When is it suppose to be out in theatres?
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Originally Posted by SK8LUVR
Thanks for the links babyoscar. My Nephew is a huge fan of Will, and he was exsited to see that the boy who plays a young Will in the movie has the same name as him. I will be curious to see what aspires for Zach Ferren.
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Will Ferrel (along with so many other 'newer' SNL alums) rarely makes me laugh... I'll most likely rent it though lol... it's skating, so I kinda have to
Films that revolve around a S.N.L. alumnus only have about a 25% chance of being watchable. When there are more than one alumni involved, it reduces the chances even further to about 10%. "Ghostbusters" and "Caddyshack" were notable exceptions in their times.