Exclusive: Another White House Down Storyboard And A Hilarious Outtake!

Last we checked in, our man Cole “Snoop” Baretta, he had just (seemingly) defeated the Iron Sheik, or at least a cyborg version of that dastardly villain. And President Jefferson Washington was still being held captive by the evil, mysterious Colonel Ackbar Muslim. In order to rescue the leader of the free world, Snoop was going to have to sacrifice his own life…

OR WOULD HE? In this latest storyboard from Roland Emmerich’s White House Down – obtained through the most incredibly secret inside sources, HOTTGOSS – it seems that C-Tates and Co. have actually addressed the fact that Gerard Butler was recently in Cannes trying to find a buyer for his similar film, White House Taken.

But would you believe that it was all just some classic Hollywood synergy? You better.

SCENE 6 – THE BUTLER DID IT

Featuring C-Tates as agent Cole “Snoop” Baretta, Pit Bull as the voice of Pit Bull the American Bulldog, Gerard Butler as the Cole Baretta Impostor, and Whoopi Goldberg as the President Jefferson Washington impostor.

And on the next page I have an incredibly rare storyboard outtake, because they happen. Trust me.

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