crispinglover.jpgWhoopsie-daisy. Early reports of Crispin Glover starring in a cannibal flick were … ummm … half-baked.

Last week, an account from Production Weekly had Glover starring opposite Jeremy Sisto (Law and Order) in a forthcoming film from NHO Entertainment.

According to Anacapa Entertainment president John Moore, here is the straight poop on The Forlorn:

– Moore is co-producing The Forlorn with Mark Costa (of NHO Entertainment fame) and Ted Meyer for Anacapa Entertainment. But, NHO Entertainment is not involved with the project.

– Jeremy Sisto is not attached to the project, although he’s a natural because he played Jesus in the 1999 TV film, Jesus. And lots of people enjoy chowing down on Jesus’ flesh on a weekly basis.

– Crispin Glover is in negotiations to star in The Forlorn but has not signed on officially.

– I’m a stupid moron with an ugly face and a big butt and my butt smells, and I like to kiss my own butt.

Actually, that last part is not true, but I’m contractually obligated to say that as penance for repeating some misinformation.


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