As If “Valentine’s Day” And “New Year’s Eve” Weren’t Bad Enough, Garry Marshall’s Making Another Holiday-Themed Romantic Comedy

Arbor Day (The Movie)

Arbor Day: Nothing says "Go plant a tree" like a jam-packed all star cast. Now go and plant a tree.

Los Angeles—Critics are salivating over yesterday’s announcement by Warner Brothers that they have given the green light for another holiday-themed star-studded romantic comedy from Garry Marshall: “Arbor Day!”

Despite not one single solitary positive review for the first two holiday romantic comedies in Marshall’s “Holi-lilogy” series, an anonymous source at Warner Brothers admitted the films, “made just too damn much money, we had to go for a third one!”

“We’re really thrilled to get going on ‘Arbor Day!’ because it’s a romantic comedy that has an environmental message, too,” the source said. “That combination is rare these days, with the notable exception of ‘The King’s Speech.’ But even that film, I think, you really had to look hard to find the message. But we’re excited!”
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Hotline, Website Set Up To Ease Fears, Help With Transition To Ashton Kutcher On “Two And A Half Men”

Phone Bank

Volunteers, rabid Two and a Half Men fans, work the phone bank to ease viewer concerns about the Sheen-to-Kutcher transition.

Los Angeles—Are you among the billions of people who want to learn more about Ashton Kutcher’s role on “Two and a Half Men?” There’s a hotline for that. And, thankfully, up to the season premiere next month, plenty of roadside billboards to get the word out about it.

Two 78 foot-tall billboards towering over the 405 Freeway in Southern California shout out the messages “888-Why-Ashton — Get the Facts” and “Charlie’s Gone — 1.79 Billion Celebrating. Find Out Why.”
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