‘Jersey Shore’ The Movie, But Not In Sea Isle
Fans of MTV’s Jersey Shore are a little sad to the see the show air its season finale tonight (Jan. 21) (though a lot of Jersey Shore residents are probably glad to see the controversial show go), but The Late, Late Show With Craig Ferguson has the perfect remedy. The show will air a pretty hysterical trailer for the fictional Jersey Shore: The Movie tonight (tomorrow morning, whatever). Entertainment Weekly scored an early look at the bit, which stars Mila Kunis, Nick Lachey, Tom Lennon and Super Mario (Ferguson).
Seaside Heights in Ocean County, where the show is set, may be a little removed from the A.C. area, but it’s not that far. After all, the cast made a trip to The Quarter’s Providence nightclub in last week’s episode and cast members will be appearing Feb. 13 at the Taj Mahal’s Casbah.
Besides, it’s just too funny, though slightly NSFW. Go here to see the clip.
And in a strange coincidence, Sea Isle City officials issued a press release today saying the city is not in talks to be the host of the next season of Jersey Shore. Apparently there is a rumor floating around that the Cape May County town is up next for the show. Sea Isle Mayor Leonard C. Desiderio says, “We have not been contacted about the show Jersey Shore filming in Sea Isle. This is an unsubstantiated rumor and in fact, we understand the show is returning to Seaside Heights for the next season. My staff and I are in communication with MTV to clear up this matter and ensure the media is provided with accurate information.”