Friday, December 6, 2013

Breckin Meyer announces The Home Court Feature Film

Breckin Meyer announces The Home Court feature film to be produced and directed by George Lucas.  (See video below).

This is an “I Like To Play With Toys” Productions® exclusive.  Breckin Meyer announced during the 2013 New York Comic Con that he will be involved in a feature film version of the short lived NBC sitcom The Home Court.  For those of you who don’t remember the mid 1990s classis.  Sydney J. Solomon (Pamela Reed), a Chicago family court judge, who can intimidate the toughest prosecuting attorney and the most hardened repeat offender can lay a hand on the one group capable of "benching" her honor, her own children. Meyer costarred as Mike Solomon a reluctant college student intent on taking a non-academic route to "finding himself." 

A cast photo of the 1995-1996 season of The Home Court.  From left to right a teenage girl, tween girl, a judge, Meyer, and a mid 90s douche in flannel. 
One can now deduce that the real reason George Lucas sold Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), which included the film franchise Star Wars, was not retirement.  It was to garner capital for this impending mega blockbuster.  There has been no confirmation as to whether Meyer's costar Pamela Reed, Charles Rocket, Meghann Haldeman, Phillip Van Dyke, Meagen Fay, or Robert Hy Gorman will also return. 

A picture of what we think it looks like when Breckin Myer and Geroge Lucas hang out. 

Joseph Ammendolea
“I Like To Play With Toys” Productions®