Wrestling Documentary 'You Cannot Kill David Arquette' Is Happening & It Sounds Amazing
Wrestling fans were pissed at Arquette for a REALLY long time for something that wasn't really his fault. Wrestling used him as a marketing gimmick at one point and had him basically steal the World Championship belt. Here's the thing: How the fuck you blame Arquette for that? Are you telling me you wouldn't jump at the chance to run around a professional wrestling match and come out of it wearing the belt of the gods?
Anyways, Arquette has been over the past couple of years doing the damn thing for real. The 'Scream' actor has been training, working out and bleeding to work his way into the actual sport.
Lots of bleeding....and I respect the shit out of him for it. Here's a video to prove it. (Graphic content warning. Including someone rubbing glass into a human beings face. Seriously.)
Now that we're all caught up on what a tough son of a bitch David Arquette is, the news today via The Wrap is that a full documentary on his journey back into wrestling is in the works.
To be directed by Oscar nominated short film director David Darg, 'You Cannot Kill David Arquette' doesn't have a release date yet, but will document David's journey over the past few years. Said Darg, “David Arquette is one of the most captivating and talented entertainers in the world, and his energy is matched only by the passion of the wrestling community. It’s been a thrill to be ringside the past few years and viewers will not be disappointed,”
As if you needed further proof of Arquette's dedication to becoming a wrestler, here's a quote from 'The King' himself: “I’ve always loved wrestling. I wanted to do this film as a love letter to wrestling. I didn’t know when I started this journey that it may cost me my life, but it was all worth it just to have the wrestlers in the locker room call me ‘one of the boys!'”
The documentary will interview multiple people, including Ric Flair (WHOO!) and Courtney Cox. Which reminds me of 'Scream 5', which I hope they are both in. Which reminds me of the missed opportunity for Arquette to call himself 'Dewey the Destructor' which is upsetting. He could have even had a limp and a little mustache and said things on the mic like "How do you know that my dimwitted inexperience isn't merely a subtle form of manipulation just to lower people's expectations thereby enhancing my ability to effectively maneuver without any given situation?!?!?"
In all seriousness, let us raise our luminescent light bulbs to David Arquette, who has the balls to take them to the face. That came out wrong. Speaking of coming out.....I can't wait for this documentary to release.
What, did you think I was going somewhere else with that?