Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Holy Cow!

And oh my goodness! I've just found out that there is serious interest in making a pilot for a TV series about the adventures of Elizabeth Goodweather.

It would be wonderful, of course, for sales and would help insure that there would be more Elizabeth books. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it works out!

I am, a little surprised at some of the ideas the producer has. He wants to appeal to a younger viewing crowd and so is thinking of casting Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock as Elizabeth and Phillip.

Evidently Pam is pretty excited about it and is working on her rural credibility (note blue jeans.)

Kid Rock says that he hopes to bring a younger, hipper sensibility to the role of Phillip (as well as more hair.)

On the other hand, the producer may opt to go with Fabio . . . in both roles.

Happy Day of All Fools!!!


Victoria said...

Ok, that made me laugh so loud I scared my cats! I have to admit, though, that you had me going there for the first couple of paragraphs...

Carol Murdock said...

Well....the Goodweather Report got me first! So I was ready for this! HA! Too funny Vicki!Although I would not be surprised if it were true. I'm headed to Natchez.


Tess Kincaid said...

You really had me going there for a minute!! Thanks for the Apil Fools laughs! :D

Kaye Wilkinson Barley - Meanderings and Muses said...

You got me last year, and I remembered that as I was reading this year's April Fool's post.
You're so funny.
and thank you for the giggle!!

Susan M. Bell said...

Yeah, you had me going for the first little bit there. Then I remembered the date.

Good one, Vicki.


Vicki Lane said...

Tee hee!

Tammy said...

I was hook line and sinker until I got to the picture of Pamela Anderson and her beau! I thought no way! Then the light dawned. My April Fool's joke was a costly root canal. blech.

Vicki Lane said...

Evidently I've completely fooled a couple of folks -- I thought Pamela and Kid were too outrageous for anyone to believe, let alone Fabio.

Just goes to show how out of touch I am with the wonderful world of entertainment.