Jennifer Hudson in The Third Nun in ‘The Three Stooges’

Jennifer HudsonWell, I guess The Three Stooges is actually, truly, really happening. When they’re getting through casting all the secondary characters, that’s when you know it’s for real. (Or you know it’s for real because they’ve been casting this thing for FOREVER.) Anyway, the latest addition is Oscar-winner Jennifer Hudson. She’ll join already cast Mother Superior (Jane Lynch) and Mother Mengele (Larry David) as the nuns who help raise Larry (Sean Hayes), Moe (Chris Diamantopoulos) and Curly (Will Sasso) at the orphanage where they grow up. Lynch and David’s nuns are a little on the mean side, but Hudson will be the nice, nurturing one, Sister Rosemary.

And in case you’re totally out of the loop, The Three Stooges is a movie about the famous slapstick trio, set to be told in three acts by directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly and we’re waiting patiently in hopes that the flick doesn’t mar our memories of the trio’s collective comedic genius.

Source: Deadline

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