O’Brien Walks Off Drinxon Way
LOS ANGELES, CA– Whispers are plugging up the twattersphere today that new star and “resident unknown” Tim O’Brien has quit Makeson Drinxon Liquor’s (MAXDRX) upcoming film “Enter the Drinxon: The Makeson Drinxon Way,” an attempted reboot of classic action hero property John Brames John.
The rumors first started after O’Brien was spotted at an East Los Angeles bar, gargling whiskey and “angrily hucking” it through an open flame in the direction of a drunk and passed out Nich Esposito before “pissing on a lot of him.” An Executive Producer and writer on the film, neither Esposito nor his reps were available for comment on the incident.
Further talk from the set cited several bust ups between the star and various cast and crew personnel, including threats of “a corkscrew or some kind of rusty metal” meant for “the head of director man” Jake Kindlon.
So where’d it all go wrong?
Last month, an anonymous blogger accused O’Brien of having a hand in the disappearance of several actors last seen also auditioning for the role of John Brames John. Though police are investigating the claim, O’Brien is not currently considered a suspect.
Even so, the actor has disappeared from social media and canceled all public appearances in light of the allegations. Some reports claim his refusal to return to set or even his domicile since.
It seems as though this production has been plagued by strife since inception, with a proposed two-week shooting schedule now more than four months over time, budget and utter relevance. If these newest rumors prove true, O’Brien’s departure could spell the end for “Enter the Drinxon” and those SuperPAC theater rats.
Nothing official has been said from either our fellow First Crude (FCRUD) subsidiary Makeson Drinxon or O’Brien’s people, but you can be sure we’ll be twaatting up the newswire to keep you up-to-date and ahead of the story.