Thursday, February 16, 2006

Guys Behind ‘Brokeback To The Future’ Spoof Want Next Project To Happen Organically

BOSTON (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The guys responsible for the Brokeback To The Future movie trailer featuring a lovesick Marty McFly and Doc Brown are not in a rush to do another spoof.

Emerson College student Jonathan Ade says he and his friend Patrick Denicola “worked feverishly to get the trailer together” in about two days and the response to their little project – which can be viewed on the video sharing website – has been “completely insane.”

Though they’ve gotten great feedback about their montage of “a love that could never be” between the Back To The Future stars, Ade says any future movie trailer spoofs will have to happen “organically.” In his words, “We don’t want to force any follow-ups.”

Ade says in the coming months he’ll be focusing on the comedy troupe he’s part of, Chocolate Cake City, which incorporates both live sketch comedy and video.

He says the Brokeback trailer will make it into their upcoming shows, of course, as long as the venue has video capability.

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