Triple H and Stephanie McMahon comment on biopic parody that went viral, director's next WWE project
As noted earlier, Hollywood screenwriter Max Landis, the son of John Landis (Animal House, Thriller, The Blues Brothers), recently released the WWE mockumentary below which doubles as a comedic biopic of Triple H's WWE career. The video features a lot of cameos from wrestlers and celebrities, including Cryme Tyme, Colt Cabana, Seth Green, Kazarian, Macaulay Culkin, Josh Peck, Haley Joel Osment, Christopher Daniels, John Morrison and Joey Ryan. Please note that the video contains a lot of strong language. The video has gone viral and is approaching 1 million views on YouTube.
Landis stated on Twitter that he plans to make something on The Undertaker and Kane, writing:
hey Undertaker and @KaneWWE, I'm making a little thing for you guys next. Not gonna be ready for a while. Not a video. But still cool.? Max Landis (@Uptomyknees) March 21, 2015
Triple H and Stephanie McMahon commented on the film on Twitter today, writing:
2 words Max.... That's awesome!!!!!.... @Uptomyknees gets it? Triple H (@TripleH) March 22, 2015
MT "&Uptomyknees: every time I tweet now I think "god I hope Stephanie isn't judging me"? Stephanie McMahon (@StephMcMahon) March 22, 2015
LOL! You're safe Max! & I loved Ur Vlog!