They asked Mel Brooks in an interview once and he said something about it being a joke, but I can't remember exactly what he said. I wouldn't put it past him to do something like that lol.
2 ups, 3y,
He has hinted that there may be one down the pike. Look at how he's revamped many of his old movies on Broadway. Still, with his age, he may no longer have the creative chops to come up with new stuff for the film. The most difficult part would be representing Nazi Germany. How can that be done tastefully tastelessly. In his recent comments, he said one thing he would never make fun of is the Holocaust and the extermination of the Jews in Europe.
And he also wouldn't be able to make a movie with the type of comedy he had in the 70's and 80's. Too much PC crap today and he has already hinted at that sort of thing killing comedy.
2 ups, 3y
Yeah. It's hard to film a comedy of that magnitude without the studio heads approval. Still, South Park is going strong after nearly 20 years, so it's just getting the studios to approve a non-PC project. He could do it, but it would need to be done outside the country. Mexico or Japan
Well hey buddy...where have you been...wasn't aware that you had come back.
3 ups, 3y,
Hey dude! Just been all around busy, but I started driving for Uber part time too, so I've got almost no down time now. I haven't been able to make many replies. I've been upvoting mostly (slow day at work right now).
No Uber horrors yet, but I'm starting to a collect a bunch of good stories! LOL! Driving Friday and Saturday night in the BMW rakes in the cash, throw in Vikings games on Sunday, the Superbowl in February and the money is just too good to turn down. I actually make more an hour driving Friday and Saturday nights than I do in my day job. According to a source, if I plan my trips right, I could make $1,000 on New Years Eve alone.