I’ve been working on getting a revival of A Few Good Men on the boards for a few years now (a perfect example of what I talked about in this blog). One of the stumbling blocks, of course, has been finding the right actors to step into the shoes of Tom Cruise and, of course, Jack “You Can’t Handle The Truth” Nicholson.
Well, thank God. I’ve finally found him. And he was in a bathtub.
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