Well that's another fine mess they've gotten into. Golden-age comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were two of the most popular movie stars of the 1930s. But times change, and if you want to remain popular, you have to find new and interesting ways to stay relevant.

The High Definite has what appears to be the trailer to an all new project from the classic duo. We should have realized sooner that Laurel is the perfect Joker -- both are slim, wiry guys with big smiles and a penchant for physical destruction. But Hardy has a little bit more work to do before he can play an effective Batman. Losing a few pounds would be a good first start. Well that's another fine mess they've gotten into. Golden-age comedians Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy were two of the most popular movie stars of the 1930s. But times change, and if you want to remain popular, you have to find new and interesting ways to stay relevant.

The High Definite has what appears to be the trailer to an all new project from the classic duo. We should have realized sooner that Laurel is the perfect Joker -- both are slim, wiry guys with big smiles and a penchant for physical destruction. But Hardy has a little bit more work to do before he can play an effective Batman. Losing a few pounds would be a good first start.

Mash-up trailers have become so commonplace these days that's it's great to see one that pulls it off as well as this one. The amount of research it took to synch-up every sound effect in 'The Dark Knight' trailer with classic Laurel and Hardy bits is seriously impressive. And thanks to this video, the Caped Crusader looks a little funnier and the comedy team looks a little tougher.



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