Daniel Day Lewis!

By Manolo the Shoeblogger

Manolo Loves the Day Lewis!

Manolo shouts, Daniel Day Lewis!

It is no secret that the Manolo is the huge big fan of the Daniel Day Lewis, even when his hair it is looking like that of the mental patient.

Indeed, how can the Manolo not be the big huge fan of the Daniel Day Lewis? For like the Manolo and the Vitaly Belchenko, the Daniel Day Lewis loves the shoes.

As the many internet friends of the Manolo know, the Manolo has the cinematic aspirations, and that he is writing the play for the screen. It is, of the course, his fondest hope that the Day Lewis would agree to be the star of this potential movie.

The movie it is about the shoe designer, played by the Daniel Day Lewis (him, the Hasselhoff, or the Russell Crowe), who designs the most amazing and powerful super fantastic shoes, which are then stolen by the nefarious mastermind, the Blagerfeld, who uses them in the attempt to take over the world. (His previous plot, involving the Crocs, it had naturally failed.)

The shoe designer and his sidekick, the souped-up, super fantastic, high-tech, talking black Trans Am, they must then race against the clock to retrieve the shoes and defeat the villian before his plans they come to fruition.

The Manolo envisions the sort of sophisticated action/buddy/fashion picture, with many stunts and good clothes.

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4 Responses to “Daniel Day Lewis!”




  1. The Urban Chick Says:

    would it help if i put in a good word for you with harvey weinstein?

    happy to oblige, so keen am i to see a movie about YOU, manolo

    yours cinematically,
    UC




  2. toad Says:

    The art of shoe making is a difficult one. It is not just the craftsmanship and great materials. I remember a gentleman who went to a starting shoe maker who claimed to be able to make a pair of shoes that would fit his feet exactly. And they did. Only the feet don’t stay exactly. They felt fine when he tried them on. But as he wore them they became miserable toward the end of a day. The womens shoes must be even harder when the high heel must be factored in?




  3. Gidget Bananas Says:

    The Russell Crowe? Would the shoe designer of Manolo’s play for the screen be throwing the super fantastic shoes?




  4. AskMom Says:

    Will this movie have Jackie Chan stunts too, along with the evil villian and the superfantastic shoes and clothes? It will be Night Rider Knights of the Shoeblogs? Please be sure the language is mild and the nudity subdued, so the grandchildren of AskMom may be allowed to experience this masterpiece!













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