Larry the Cable Guy in Tooth Fairy 2

Larry the Cable Guy only wants the best for the insides of your children’s mouths. In a publicity move in support of Tooth Fairy 2, a film that is as unlikely as a large redneck supporting the oral well-being of the nation’s youth, the comedian and co-star Brady Reiter have created “a Public Service Announcment (PSA) which teaches children the importance of good oral health care.  Dental health professionals from across the country will get the exclusive first look of the PSA when it debuts at the America’s Tooth Fairy Celebration of Smiles event  February 23, 2012 at the Chicago Hyatt Regency-McCormick Place.”

“We always look for partnerships that can help compliment and expand the story of our projects,” explains Mary Daily, President and CMO, WW Marketing, from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. “Larry the Cable Guy as the Tooth Fairy lends itself to great family fun and partnering with the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation is a perfect fit.”

Tooth Fairy 2 heads out from under its radar cloaking device for a Blu-ray and DVD release on March 6, telling the story of Larry Guthrie (they seriously didn’t even change the man’s first name), “a fun-loving dreamer with a serious mission: win back the love of his life before she makes a terrible mistake and marries the wrong man!  In his attempt to get back on his long lost love’s good side, Larry visits the school where she works and make’s a horrible mistake…  He accidentally tells a child that the Tooth Fairy is just a myth.  Crushing the child’s dreams sets off a chain of events that are far more than Larry bargained for including being  “sentenced” to become a Tooth Fairy or face  having his memories erased for good…PLUS losing any chance of getting back the girl of his dreams!  Larry is brought before a 500-year-old Tooth Fairy stuck in a 10-year-old girl’s body (played by newcomer Brady Reiter) for sentencing.  The Tooth Fairy demands that Larry make retribution by temporarily serving as a Tooth Fairy and proving that Tooth Fairies really do exist. His mission?  Larry must collect 20 teeth in 20 days. With his orders in hand, Larry embarks on a journey to prove the existence of Tooth Fairies and to win back the love of his life.”

There’s nothing left to say. Unless you’d like to share your thoughts in the comment area below. But please, before you comment, consider the ramifications of Larry the Cable Guy sneaking into your young child’s bedroom late at night to leave a special surprise in their bed.


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