Coming to theaters on February 8, 2013, is A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III, the first cinematic collaboration between Charlie Sheen, the most Googled man of 2011; Bill Murray, the most awesome man of forever; and Jason Schwartzman, who has the best and thickest facial hair in Hollywoodland.
The film is director Roman Coppola's first feature effort since 2001's CQ, which was mostly seen by white-belted hipsters of the day and a few Wes Anderson geeks. He returns this time with a bizarro cast, plot and set design.
What's it about? A female army (the SSB) bent on revenge? White afros? Chicks dressed up as Native Americans? It doesn't matter.
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Who knew that Sheen was working with Murray and Schwartzman this whole time. tumblr pinups Aubrey Plaza and Mary Elizabeth Winstead come along for the ride, too.
Besides Sheen's return to real roles, A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III also seems to signal a return by Murray to slapstick, a far cry from his last decade of roles, mostly morose frowny types. He also seems to be getting great buzz from Hyde Park on Hudson and his turn as a virile and mischievous President Franklin Roosevelt.