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When it got to the point with the chair and the microwave, I was like, “Oh, I’ve got this.It’s fine that everybody’s watching.” I do remember the hardwood chair hitting me from behind and I looked from behind like I was all into it. BE: Did you feel that you had to outdo what’s been previously done in the “Scary Movie” films?
Upon entering they see three strange creatures, later confirmed to be Charlie's kids, and turn them in for the reward.Ashley Tisdale and Simon Rex have different credits to their comedic resumes, but both seem ideal for the latest incarnation of “Scary Movie.” While Tisdale is the idol of kids, tweens, and more than a few adults with her weekly portrayal of Candace Flynn on the Disney Channel animated series “Phineas and Ferb,” Simon is a veteran of the franchise, having starred in the last two installments.The pair recently sat down with Bullz-Eye to discuss “Scary Movie 5,” the latest chapter of the comedy series, featuring parodies of films like “Mama” and “Paranormal Activity,” as well as non-horror movies like “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” and “Black Swan.” BULLZ-EYE: When did you guys get to see “Mama,” which is the main plot of the movie? SIMON REX: We shot for about a 10-day reshoot when we got back to L. ASHLEY TISDALE: It was a lot of work with really long days. The movies we spoofed were already a year or two old. “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” wasn’t really a horror movie, so it needed some current horror stuff. The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker - on i Tunes, Spotify, Sound Cloud or directly at Perez Podcast.com!Charlie Sheen and his partner Lindsay Lohan are attacked in their home by paranormal forces.You kind of have to be free as a comedian and not take yourself too seriously.
Every single time they’d say, “Oh, he’s going to hit you from behind,” or, “You’re going to land in a toilet,” I’d say, “Ok, cool…
ASHLEY TISDALE: I saw it opening weekend, just because I wanted to go see the movie. ASHLEY TISDALE: I came out of the theaters and texted the producers and said, “We should be spoofing ‘Mama’ because it works so well.” Then, Phil [Beauman] said, “We’re actually going to spoof ‘Mama’.” BE: How much did the additional “Mama” shooting entail? With “Evil Dead,” which isn’t even out yet, we spoofed the trailer. SIMON REX: I’m more of a fan of the comedy genre or spoofs like this, from Mel Brooks to all of David Zucker’s movies. ASHLEY TISDALE: I’ve always been scared of scary movies, because I live by myself. I had already humped a potted plant and that was nerve-wracking.
Seeing something and having a big imagination, I’ll think someone is there. Now, I’ll go see “Mama,” because now I’ll see things and think, “That is so spoofable.” BE: Ashley, when you’re humping the microwave, are you thinking, “This is comedy gold”? There was only one camera guy and they kept it really quiet.
The text explains that Sheen's body was found that day but he didn't stop partying until days later, and that his three kids were found missing, Lohan was arrested, again, and a reward was put out for the missing children.
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Simon was like, “You’re getting slammed by a chair right now.” And I just started hysterically laughing. (laughs) They were saying, “Do it harder.” And I said, “It’s hardwood. ASHLEY TISDALE: As a comedian, I like to just go for things and go for the joke.