Get Smart Movie Gets a Teaser Poster

To be perfectly honest with you people, I have almost no interest in the upcoming “Get Smart” big budget movie version of the classic TV series. I never watched the original show, and I’m not a fan of the show’s (and one presumes, the movie’s) gimmick. Plus, Steve Carell (as Maxwell Smart) and Anne Hathaway (as Agent 99) do nothing for me, so there you have it. But hey, it’s not always about what I like and don’t like, and sometimes I have to cater to you people, and I’m guessing there are some out there who are actually looking forward to this. Am I right or am I right? Um, I’m probably wrong, but anyways, the teaser poster for “Get Smart” has arrived. Check it out below.

Maxwell Smart, Agent 86 for CONTROL, battles the forces of KAOS with the more-competent Agent 99 at his side.

Directed by Peter Segal.

Get Smart Movie Gets a Teaser Poster



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  • http://HowToWriteComedy.com/ Joseph C. Cavella

    As one of the writers of the original “Get Smart” TV series, I was dismayed by the review of the new “Get Smart” movie. I never understood why remakes don’t consult the writers of the original. Maybe it’s a kind of immature tantrum, “I want to do it myself, mom.” That said, for the writers of the next remake, here’s a bit of advice: The essence, the fun of Don Adams’ character was his child-like confidence presaging the inevitable blunder. “Sorry about that.” (Not unlike the character often played by Bob Hope.) Any writer charged with vetting agent 86 should start by studying the origin of the character, Don’s nightclub routines. His defense attorney bit: “Look at those trim ankles, the well turned calf. Are those the legs of a homicidal maniac?”
    Joseph C. Cavella
    HowToWriteComedy.com

  • http://HowToWriteComedy.com Joseph C. Cavella

    As one of the writers of the original “Get Smart” TV series, I was dismayed by the review of the new “Get Smart” movie. I never understood why remakes don’t consult the writers of the original. Maybe it’s a kind of immature tantrum, “I want to do it myself, mom.” That said, for the writers of the next remake, here’s a bit of advice: The essence, the fun of Don Adams’ character was his child-like confidence presaging the inevitable blunder. “Sorry about that.” (Not unlike the character often played by Bob Hope.) Any writer charged with vetting agent 86 should start by studying the origin of the character, Don’s nightclub routines. His defense attorney bit: “Look at those trim ankles, the well turned calf. Are those the legs of a homicidal maniac?”
    Joseph C. Cavella
    HowToWriteComedy.com