Three Stooges First Look: Get a Load of These Knuckleheads

What to say about the first glimpse of Curly, Moe and Larry in the Farrelly Brothers' long-awaited updating of The Three Stooges? That Halloween came early for Will Sasso, Chris Diamantopoulos and Sean Hayes? Really, I've got nothing. Help?

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  • Jen Yamato says:

    Oh god, that's Sean Hayes. Sad revelation of the day.

  • The WInchester says:

    There's no make up on him, either.
    Remember when this was supposed to star Russell Crowe, Sean Penn, and Benecio Del Toro? Le sigh.

  • Bob says:

    They're actually going to release THAT as a theatrical movie? Maybe they can make a last minute deal with TBS or TNT or *gasp* Showtime (HBO would never)???
    They should have just waited until they could've worked around the Penn/Carrey/Del Toro schedules. I smell disaster at the box office.

  • Noah James says:

    I'm confused. The Three Stooges were Curly, Moe, and Larry David? I guess it's true you learn something new every day.

  • SD says:

    I'm actually glad they changed the casting.
    At least now the film won't be carrying all of their collective baggage and people might believe the actors playing their roles rather than saying "Oh look it's Crowe, Penn and Del Toro with a silly haircuts".

  • KRIS the KLINGON says:

    Now, now....the THREE STOOGES thing here could be a LOT worse. It could involve Richard Simmons, or "BatMite", or some guy who resembles Joe Besser. Is this opus shot in color, or in
    black&white? What IS important is that it IS shot. Blindfold and cigarette optional.

  • j'accuse! says:

    This is like that scene where you wake up in a hospital room and ask what happened, you see all these grim faces and and then when no one will muster the courage to tell you, you throw back the sheets and find your legs are gone. Except instead of a hospital room and your legs, it's the internet, and your childhood. Being raped, murdered and left by the side of the road by the Farrelly Brothers.

  • Bob says:

    Just checked IMDB and *gasp* Jersey Shore cast is in it.
    Bullet in the brainpan. SQUISH

  • Jeff says:

    The Three Stooges...often imitated, but never duplicated. I would be more interested in seeing a biopic, but Mel Gibson already did an admirable one on them years ago for television. Still, a big screen rendition would be interesting.

  • SAM says:

    Yes, it would have been interesting with Crowe-Penn-del Toro, since they ARE barrels of laughs. The sad thing is Russell Crowe must have been packing on the pounds these last few years so he could effectively play Curly.