No one knows much about “directors” Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedberg, as they wisely keep a low profile. The only thing certain is that their “movies”, Disaster Movie, Epic Movie, Meet the Spartans, are like a biblical plague. They’re almost impressive in that it’s impossible to overstate how bad they are. No one knows why they keep getting made, or why their financiers aren’t tarred, feathered, and sterilized. And though everyone hates them, financially, they seem to be doing just fine. In fact, Seltzer recently put his house on the market – for almost three million dollars.
Film writer-director-producer Aaron Seltzer has listed his Studio City home at $2,949,000. The Cape Cod-style house, built in 1951, has five bedrooms and 5 1/2 bathrooms in about 4,200 square feet. The sunroom has walls of French doors. [LATimes]
That’s right, the guy who wrote Disaster Movie was living in a $3 million house. Game over, man, game over. I may have to cheer for the terrorists from now on.
[Thanks to 'Slowhand' for the tip]