Hot on the heels of the success of “New Year’s Eve” and “Valentine’s Day”, Warner Bros. have announced the third entry in the “vacuous celebrity cast promote public holiday” trilogy, to be released next year.
This time around, things will focus on the most foolish of days, April 1st. No details have been released about the plot, but it’s safe to say there will probably be hijinks and pranks aplenty.
The full cast list has been announced and there are some surprises, to say the least.
Joining returning cast members Ashton Kutcher, Jessica Biel and Zac Efron are: Queen Latifah, Eddie Murphy, Justin Bieber, Sylvester Stallone, Joan Rivers, Steven Tyler, Tyler Perry, Christina Aguilera, Taylor Kitsch, Corey Haim, Ozzy Osbourne, Sean Bean, Liam Neeson, Al Pacino, Neil Patrick Harris, MeatLoaf, the guy who did the voice of Optimus Prime, Wil Wheaton, Kiefer Sutherland, the main guy from Krull, the Olsen twins, two of the three brothers from Hanson, the third brother from Hanson, Janet Jackson, Benedict Cumberbatch, Patrick Stewart, Brent Spiner, Bear Grylls, Snooki, Hank Azaria, Jennifer Aniston, Bradley Cooper, Gordon Ramsay, Rihanna, Chris Hemsworth, Jennifer Lawrence, Richard Gere, half an onion, two carrots and one vegetable stock cube.
Returning director Garry Marshall insists that each character will get a minimum of 25 seconds of screentime each and there will be no more than 89 separate plotstrands.