http://crawleyscastingcalls.com/ind...?option=com_actors&Itemid=56&id=2888&lettre=S Howard Stern Gilbert Gottfried, The Adventures of Ford Fairlane 1989. Exercising his imagined superstar power, stand-up comic Andrew Dice Clay insisted on shock-jock Stern being auditioned for Johnny Crunch. He did.He didn’t get the role. And once the film opened, Clay was more superflop than superstar. He finally made good in Woody Allen’s Blue Jasmine, 2012. Leo Geter, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers, 1994. The sixth in the series had a (too) perfect role for US radio star Stern. A shock-jock with (originally) the initials HS. Adam Sandler, Dirty Work, 1997. The US radio devil was offered a cameo appearance as Satan but turned it down. Cillian Murphy, Batman, 2004. Billy Bob Thornton,School For Scoundrels, 2005.No further proof is required that this disastrous re-tread has zero connection with the 1959 UK original than the suggested use of shock-jock Stern as the guru giving lessons on Stephen Potter’s famed Lifemanship lessons…!With Stern as Dr P, “one upmanship” would have taken on whole new meaning. Fortunately, he was busy switching his show from terrestrial to satellite radio. Then again,the choice of BBT as the now foul-mouthed Dr P (for Potter) was, said UK critic Philip French, “rather like casting Burt Reynolds as Bertrand Russell.” Robin Williams, Man of the Year, 2006. Ditto or scared of another perfect role him - a late-night political talk show host deciding, for a lark, to run for president. And he wins!