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Scooby Doo series director Raja Gosnell is shifting from digitized hounds and meddling kids for one of those endlessly clever consciousness transfers, a purported comedy called Twist. This one has a computer geek trading minds with a suave spy for some madcap espionage adventures. The nerd is suddenly a supercool stud! The debonair agent is abruptly pale and scrawny and unpalatable to women! Can you just imagine the zany events that will no doubt develop from such a crafty concept? Can you? Dare you?!?
Gosnell previously skirted such uproarious affairs with the fat-suit funny of Big Momma’s House, and if he captures a fraction of the hilarity of Face/Off, this’ll be a rousing success. Or something. Hey, remember how everyone got their thong in a knot because this guy was going to direct Fantastic Four? And then they ended up with the visionary behind Barbershop instead? Yeah.