Wasting Away in Tonyweinerville
The Big Tone always rings twice.


She squealed with delight: “Hey, we’ve worked together!”

So you see where I’m going with this, right? I want my buddy Weiner to star in my new sequel that I’m pitching tomorrow at New Line. There’s more money in the movies — even ones that get produced up on Roscoe Boulevard in the Valley — than in being a member, or even mayor of New York.

Talk about casting against type: Boogie Nights II: This Time, It’s Personal.

We’ll see you at the Oscars.

— David Kahane is thrilled to be back in the movie business. If you’d like a part in his new picture, please write to him at [email protected] or bring a copy of Rules for Radical Conservatives, with receipt, to the audition. Remember — in a relationship business, it’s who you know. 


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