Wednesday, February 10, 2010

DISCO FEVER? ... AT 7TH AND MONTANA

It was an open casting call at 7th and Montana yesterday as Barista Tyler did an impromptu audition for Tom Hanks' new movie in production, How Starbucks Saved My Life. Rumor has it that Hanks' production company, Playtone, is currently casting for the movie -- about a man who finds salvation through a job at Starbucks -- and Tyler's hope is that they're looking for a real-life Barista. To emphasize his point, he struck a pose not unlike John Travolta in Saturday Night Fever. Who knows ... if he doesn't get a part in the Starbucks movie, maybe Neighbor Tom will have something for him on Dancing with the Stars. Speaking of movies, the Screenwriter Brothers' movie, Cop Out -- starring Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan -- opens on February 26.




6 comments:

Amy said...

I don't know about saving my life, but Starbucks sure does make my life easier. :)

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

How appropriate to make a movie featuring Starbucks. Will definitely check out the DVD of Cop Out.

Kattytrick said...

Tom Hanks always does quality work. No matter if it's a Toy Story...or II, he always makes em BIG!...lol

Beth said...

Oh, I've seen ads for that movie...cool that it's the Screenwriter Brothers!

garnett109 said...

I hear those apple fritters are what saves lifes at 7th & Montana

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