Watch the trailer for Hamlet 2.
Steve Coogan plays Dana Marschz a failed actor who decides his future lies in teaching students about drama, after a few months the school grow wise to his lack of ability and decide to cancel all drama classes. Dana decides the only way to save the drama department is to write the most amazing play the school have ever performed. The first question that may be asked about the title of his play could be how can there be a Hamlet 2 when everyone dies at the end of the original play, everyone dies a horrible death, at this point the script for Hamlet 2 adds a time machine.
To say the least, the play causes much criticism and controversy, it seems their play might not even reach the stage.
Starring: Steve Coogan, Catherine Keener, David Arquette and Elisabeth Shue
Running Time: TBC
Release Date: 28th November 2008
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