New ‘Frozen’ Trailer Throws A Blame Game Into Distant Past
By Mickey McRobotface
NEW YORK—In a surprise development that has led to speculation that the film is considered a remake of the original, new footage from the upcoming film Frozen reportedly contains a damning and disturbing behind-the-scenes video in which the director of the original film Robert Zemeckis is seen behind the camera in a restaurant. “So what can you say? It’s a remake? Wow, look at him!” said a visibly disgusted New York Times reporter Daniel Klapisch, who reported seeing the film in a restaurant and then being given a peek behind the camera to confirm that the director has been involved in numerous serious and embarrassing scandals. “Oh my God, look at him. Look at him with all that hand-holding and the awkward, awkward, awkward. Look at him with the way he spends hours brainstorming ways to rehearse for a big-budget movie so he can pretend it doesn’t stink. Look at how nervous he is. Look at that smug smile. The fact is, this is a remake, and if it turns out that this is one of those films, then that’s it—I can forget all the bad stuff.” At press time, reports confirmed that Zemeckis had been fired from the film for being too smug and self-absorbed to even pretend that he was involved in it.