Kanye West To Work On ‘The Jetsons’ Film
January 6, 2012 by staff
The rapper mentioned the movie in his recent Twitter rant, and it turns out that he’s dead serious about being involved with it. However, he’s hoping to work behind the scenes.
According to MTV, movie producer Denise Di Novi confirmed that Kanye had talked to her about working on the film as a creative director, but he’s taking some time to see what ideas he can come up with before committing to the movie. According to Di Novi, the “visual artist” is a big fan of The Jetsons series, and who can blame him for wanting to help recreate that world? After all, what’s cooler than flying cars and houses high above the clouds?
It really wouldn’t be all that surprising if Kanye West commissioned the creation of his own Jetsons-style flying car, or if he had an architect design a house on a stem for him. However, don’t expect him to do a Jetsons-themed tour anytime soon-during their meeting about the movie, someone suggested the idea to Kanye as a joke. However, he took it as an insult because he only has “real ideas” (a Jetsons-themed tour could really work for someone like Katy Perry, however).
Director Robert Rodriguez is set to be the director of the movie, and currently no casting decisions have been made. Of course, a famous redheaded actor will have to be cast as George-maybe Conan O’Brien or Jesse Tyler Ferguson? And if Robert wanted to just have a guy dye his hair for the role, Steve Carell would make an excellent choice.
Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts, or Tina Fey would make great Janes, and a newcomer would probably work best for young Elroy. But perhaps Kim Kardashian could use her connection to Kanye West to score the role of daughter Judy for one of her little sisters, Kylie or Kendall Jenner. Danny DeVito is the right size and shape to play George’s boss Mr. Spacely, while Rosie O’Donnell would have to voice Rosie the robot.
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