National Lampoon Newest Spoof ‘301’

300.gifLooks like National Lampoon might be bringing back their ‘A’ game with their latest movie effort.  National Lampoon’s 301: The Legend of Awesomest Maximus Wallace Leonidas, written by Jason Burinescu, is a spoof of epic proportions, tackling such titles as 300, Troy, Gladiator, and Braveheart, reports Variety.

The studio is looking to move away from their increasingly disappointed direct-to-DVD efforts, and will be choosing their projects a lot more carefully according to CEO Daniel Laikin.

“As we aggressively move into the inhouse film production business, ‘301’ is the kind of project we get very excited about,” Laikin said. “This will be a great complement to our library.”

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