Since the beginning of time humans have loved our primate ancestors. We have monkeys as pets, we stare at chimpanzees in the zoo, and we watch movies with gorillas in them. Right now, the number one movie at the box-office for the second week in a row, and grossing almost $200 million dollars, is Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Not a coincidence that it ‘s main character is a chimpanzee. So far, 2011 has brought with it some movies that weren ‘t as lucky at the box office. These movies cost millions of dollars to make, yet the studios didn ‘t even make their money back. Well, here ‘s how they can! Re-release the films with a Planet of the Apes twist!
The latest release from the Warren Klein Voicemail Archive reveals Warren trying to convince an A-list client to take the role of a lifetime — in this case, Brat Pack-er Andrew McCarthy. In the 1980’s, Warren Klein was the most powerful agent in Hollywood. He represented the biggest stars of the era. Presumed lost, the Warren Klein Voicemail Archive was discovered last year in a foreclosed storage unit in Brentwood, CA. Warren Klein was ranked #78 on Time Magazine’s “100 Most Influential People Of 1985.