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NOAM CHOMSKY SIGNS FOR DISNEY

NOAM CHOMSKY SIGNS FOR DISNEY

Linguist and Philosopher Professor Noam Chomsky has signed a five picture deal with Disney in an attempt to expose his work to a younger generation.

I’m excited to be working with the talented people at Disney” said Chomsky

I know it’s an evil global corporation hell bent on owning the earth and its outlying moon; but sometimes you have to get in bed with your enemy, put your face in the pillow and grit your teeth in order to get things done.”

His first film will be based on his 1965 book Aspects of the Theory of Syntax.

I think it’s important that kids learn to appreciate the various deficiencies found in transformational generative grammar. I know it’s easy for adults to understand that agrammar contains a syntactic component and semantic component and a phonological component; but I think younger children might struggle to grasp the concept. So I’ve written a story about a Princess who falls for a fish that explains everything. Jack Black will voice Snytax the Squid and Amy Adams Princess Phonological.”

Chomsky also confirmed he’s halfway through writing his second feature.

I’m adapting it from my collection of essay’s 9-11: Was There An Alternative? I’ll be examining the history of American interventionism in the Middle East and the impact and consequences of US Foreign policy via the medium of song. Basically it’s a love story set during the attack between a cheeky raccoon and a prissy house cat. My first draft was a little too dark but I’ve been working Brad Bird and I think we’ve managed to lighten the mood. I’m still not sure how we are going to tackle the collapse of the buildings but my current idea is to replace the plane’s with giant robotic pterodactyls.”

 
Aspects in the Theory of Syntax is due for release in 2014.
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