Zack sez, "Screenwriter Dan Fogelman (CRAZY STUPID LOVE, CARS, many others) wrote a screenplay several years ago called THE GARY COLEMAN-EMMANUEL LEWIS PROJECT, where the two diminutive former child stars save the world. Google searches prove that yes, this is a real script, and apparently Michael Bay was at one point rumored to be producing this. You can experience the strangeness yourself through this downloadable PDF."
EXT. JINKY’S CAFE (STUDIO CITY, CA) - MORNING
A slick BMW pulls up, parks. A pair of small, well-heeled
FEET drop from the car. We pull up and REVEAL:
EMMANUEL LEWIS. Yes, that Emmanuel Lewis. He of Webster
fame. He’s got a newspaper under his arm, a smile on his
face, and life by the balls.
He really does. Dude looks good. Still has the sweet
face we remember. Sure, he’s put on a little weight, but
haven’t we all? He wears a purple dress shirt, fitted,
tucked into pair of tailored dress pants. Impeccable
haircut. With a skip in his step he ENTERS...
INT. JINKY’S CAFE - CONTINUOUS
A HOSTESS greets him.
What’s cookin’, good-lookin’?
Gary Coleman – Emmanuel Lewis Project, The
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