Gashon Cansaker, a veteran who fought in the Multiple Void war is drawn in by his billionaire arch enemy in a battle against love and gang war.
Danny Trejo - Gashon Cansaker, the main protagonist of the film.
Rainn Wilson - Kahar Zamet, Gashons trusted sidekick.
James Franco - Axrik, Gashons arch nemisis.
Amy Lee - Gashons love interest, Mirta.
Elijah Wood & Crispin Glover - Anakin and Tiger, Axrik's comedic security guards.
with cameos from
Dane DeHaan - Reedman
Tom Selleck - Wuher Mosiesley.
Harrison Ford - Bane
Ken Jeong - Knight Returns
Ryan Sheckler - Kryyton
Peter Dinklage - Gleb Kaminer
Uma Thurman - Xalandra Nova
Logan Lerman - Lawrence Daggarpaine/Lord Law
Betty White - Gashmom (post-credits scene)
Bill Murray - Gashdad (post credits scene, mentioned)
Attatched Short FilmEdit
Before the start of the movie, a short film titled 'Late Night Commercials'. It featured Channing Tatum as Just Jeulin and Robin Lord Taylor as Reedman.
The scene opens up with Jeulin and Reed conversating about something, it is never revealed what they are talking about.
Jeulin: Yeah, I agree.
Reed: You see, its like those late night commercials. You see them, but do you buy them?
Reed: EXACTLY! NO NO NO ONOOOO YOU DON'T ORDER IT! AND THEN THERES THOSE SWIFFER COMERCIALS, DO YOU EVER SEE SOMEONE AT THE MALL ASKING FOR ONE? NO. BUT EVERYONE LOVES PRINGLES, EVERYONE LOVES THOSE LEATHER COUCHES, AND ARE THERE LATE NIGHT COMMERCIALS ABOUT THAT? NO.
Jeulin then is shown on camera, with a scared look on his face. And the scene fades, opening to the beginning of the movie.
Post Credit SceneEdit
A mysterious woman with curly hair watches as Lord Law reports on the incredible events of the movie. She turns to the camera saying "Honey! Our son is on TV!", revealing that she is Gashmom.
The Great Gashby has had mainly positive reviews. Scoring a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes.
When The Gashon Cansaker Movie was announced it was revealed that if the movie was to recieve good reception, it would be followed up with a sequel. At San Diego Comic Con '13 it was announced that a movie centered around Price Rocks would be put in developement directly after the release of The Great Gashby. In early 2014, Dylan T. Best announced a sequel titled 'The Walking Contradiction' would eventually be made.