Funny Or Die, striking while the iron is hot after Donald Trump’s Republican presidential primary victory in New Hampshire, has released a 1980s-throwback movie starring Johnny Depp as the mogul-turned-politico.The 50-minute “The Art of the Deal” film — which FOD says is “The New Film (Not) Based on the #1 National Bestselling Book by Donald Trump” — is directed by Jeremy Konner (“Drunk History”) and written by Joe Randazzo (The Onion, “@midnight”).
Lex decides to fly the Legion to the beach to search for Lena, and inadvertently hurts Swamp Thing in the process. Green Arrow struggles to fly the invisible jet when Wonder Woman's knocked out. Doctor Fate's date takes a turn for the worse when an actual doctor is needed. Before a fight between the two sides happens, a mutated Starro arrives on the beach to wreak havoc, forcing the heroes and villains to team up to stop him.
Though Starro reconsiders his attack after seeing Lena and Superboy's love, he is defeated by Batman and Green Lantern's sailboat.
Superman and Lex agree that they can't stop the power of love as the two sides attend the wedding of Gorilla Grodd and Bizarro.
Lex reunites with his band mates to perform as Sexx Luthor once more.
Neil Giraldo (husband and lead guitarist for Pat Benatar) played guitar and bass on the Jessie's Girl track.
Story has it Keith Olsen a Producer Engineer at Sound City Studios didn't like the way Rick Springfield played guitar so instead, asked Neil to play.
Rick Springfield wasn't thrilled with the choice but wanted to do anything that made his album better.
Country crooner Kenny Loggins, of course, sings “The Art of the Deal” theme song.
Review:‘Funny or Die Presents Donald Trump’s The Art Of the Deal: The Movie’ The faux backstory: In 1988, Trump wrote, directed and starred in a made-for-TV movie based on his (real) bestselling book “The Art of the Deal.” But the film never aired because, as legend has it, his movie was preempted by a Monday Night Football game and Trump furiously refused to release it.