Back in 2008, Lester "Beetlejuice" Green, who is a member of the Wack Pack on the Howard Stern show, was spotted on the set of "Transformers 2." But when the film was released, it turned out that Beetlejuice wasn't apart of it. So what happened?
On yesterday's "Howard Stern Show," Beetlejuice's manager Bobby Rooney explained everything. "We get there, they put us in a room and Michael Bay pulls up in a golf cart and he has a laptop with him," said Rooney. "He gets out and says 'Beet, I'm a big fan, great to meet you, I love your voice, I want you to see something.' He opens up the laptop and he has one of the robot characters with Beetlejuice's voice. So he says, 'Come check this out' and Beet was in one of his moods so it wasn't looking good."
He continued: "[Bay] says 'I'm a big fan' and Beet says 'Good for you.' [Bay] says 'I want you to see this, you have a great voice.' Beet says 'Yeah, that's got nothing to do with me pal.'"
Beetlejuice was born with microcephaly, a condition responsible for his small body (4'3 tall) and even smaller head. It's also likely the reason for his many mental disabilities. Bay eventually realized it was impossible to work with him, something Stern realized many years ago.
Rooney didn't say which role Bay wanted Beetlejuice for, it was likely to voice one of the "twins," Skids or Mudflap.
I can't believe Bay didn't include this in the two-disc special edition.
billofillwrites: on March 15th, 2013 at 12:17:14 AM
So the Black Midget Retard who eats Catsh*t for awful late night videos was being an uppity c*nt 6 years ago.................. Well aint that f*cking great? PS Last time Howard Stern was relevant Bill f*cking Clinton was in office.
Deaft0newrites: on March 15th, 2013 at 12:19:04 AM
I would buy it if it had a commentary by beetlejuice but it would take 6 months to record because the f*cker walks off of Howard Stern as soon as he gets asked to elaborate on anything.