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What Jesus WOULD Do
IndustryCentral ScreenWriters Exchange: Comedy: What Jesus WOULD Do
Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message   By Patrick Rask (Praskal) on Friday, November 9, 2001 - 04:31 pm:

As the leader of the radical Christian group, Wayne Bigsley realizes that the only way to save the world from moral decay is to clone Jesus Christ from cells stolen from the Shroud of Turin. But as the clone, Jose, matures into a young man, they discover that he is merely a biological double and that he has no real divine gifts that the real Jesus possessed. Disappointed but still determined, Bigsley's quest is far from over. He decides to move directly to plan B and employ the help of a top-secret time machine to go back in time and switch Jose with the real Jesus. Who is the best man for the job of hunting down Jesus Christ with a tranquilizer blowgun? The answer is, of course, NRA spokesman and wilderness hunter Ted Nugent. But something goes terribly wrong with the plan as Jose winds up missing in ancient Jerusalem. Jesus Christ also escapes and becomes "at large" in modern Los Angeles. What follows is an outlandish rewrite of biblical history coupled with a remarkable tale of what Jesus would actually do if he landed in modern times. (Copyrighted, WGA 838292)

"What Jesus WOULD Do" is similar in style to such films as Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure and History Of The World.

Of note is that Doug Banker, Ted Nugent's manager informed me that they are very interested in the concept and that they would be excited about being a part of it if it was produced.


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