Since the cause of Carradine's death has now been determined as official, the dust has begun to settle and people now find it morally acceptable within themselves to wonder, "Whatever happend to that film he was shooting?"
Now, David Carradine was no Heath Ledger, and he definately wasn't prepping to be the next Joker (more so the next Dumbledore), so will his final role in the new film be anticipated as much as the new Batman villain's was?
The movied, titled "Stretch" (the irony), is still being shot and had a few more significant scenes to shoot featuring the late actor. However, it is now being rewritten to accomodate Carradine's absence.
Somehow, I am incapable of finding any legitimate facts on the internet pertaining to the film. Not even my loyal IMDB has come to my rescue, nor the good sumaritans from Yahoo! Answers. It was only through Amy Grindhouse's page that I was able to find the tyniest slice of info.
"Please sir, can I have some more?"