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NEW YORK – A musical version of Simon West’s hit action film Con Air is being readied for its Broadway debut, featuring a rare musical performance from the original star Nicolas Cage.

With music by Stewart Copeland (formerly of The Police) and a ‘Book’ by British lyricist Tim Rice, casting is complete and rehearsals have begun for what promises to be a ‘major smash of the new season’. In his first full on musical role since Wild at Heart, Cage will be treading the boards and singing such potential smash hits as ‘Put the Bunny Back in the Box’, ‘Oh Billy Bedlam (You’re a Font of Misplaced Rage)’ and ‘Don’t Land my Airplane in Las Vegas’ (to the tune of Sweet Home Alabama). Speaking exclusively to the Studio Exec the eccentric Elvis impersonator:

I’m so looking forward to this opportunity. The film was a blast to do but with the musical dimension we’re able to take this in whole new directions. 

How hard was it to adapt the film?

Not hard at all actually. There’s basically one setting – the airplane – and everything else can be easily suggested. 

Who else will be appearing from the original film? 

I’d like to get Steve Buscemi, but he’s not picking up the phone. And we want John Malkovich to reprise his role as Cyrus Grissom. He has a solo song ‘The Next Wings You See (Will Belong to the Flies Buzzing Over your Rotting Corpse)’ which will bring down the house, but I’m not sure John can even sing. Still he has such charisma.  

Con Air: the Musical will preview in early October Upper State New York before its Broadway Premier.


WASHINGTON  – Hollywood reeled today with the news that John Cusack and Rush Limbaugh are in fact the same person.

The actor famed for his liberal views and twitching irritating performances has apparently been ‘Rushing’ from film sets to radio studio changing into his fat suit and grey wig in the limo, before spouting off at the mouth about a load of bigoted guff.

First rumours were spread after Leonardo diCaprio in a GQ interview with Clint Eastwood revealed that the fat suit and make up used in J. Edgar to reproduce the famed FBI boss were actually borrowed from Cusack. ‘Why did John Cusack have a fat suit?’ the confused ‘journalist’ asked. But Eastwood cut the interview short and soon after faked an argument with the coffee table in order to bring the embarrassing conversation to a close.

Speaking today exclusively to Studio Exec, Mr. Cusack said:

I’m relieved ultimately. For years I’ve been leading a double life. On the one hand making forgettable films and the on the other spewing my hateful bile into the airwaves. Sometimes the lives would collide as for instance when I made Con Air

Cusack plans to make a film of the experience which ‘will make Tootsie look like Mrs Doubtfire.’