Brokeback Mountain II: Go Get the Butter

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Ledger and Hulk in an early example of Brokeback Mountain II promotional art.

Brokeback Mountain II: Go Get the Butter was the planned sequel to the highly successful film Brokeback Mountain. The film was to be helmed by Taiwanese director Ang Lee from a screenplay by Morty Finklebaum. The film was to star Heath Ledger, The Incredible Hulk and Salty, a first time actor discovered at a New Jersey turnpike rest stop. The film has been abandoned following an altercation between Ang Lee, Heath Ledger and The Incredible Hulk that resulted in property damage and several lawsuits. Currently, there's no plan to resume filming, however there are plans for a third film titled Brokeback Mountain III: Roaring Tiger, Hulk-man Dragon.


Cast[edit]

  • Heath Ledger: Dead
  • The Incredible Hulk: Peter Tickler
  • Salty: Vlad the Russian Spy
  • Fred Phelps: Jake Gyllenhaal Jr.
  • Albus Dumbledore: Hulk's Stunt Double.

Plot[edit]

Brokeback Mountain II occurs after the events of the original film. Ennis del Mar (Ledger) befriends a drifter and cowhand Peter Tickler (The Incredible Hulk) and the two begin a torrid affair. They decide to marry in Vermont where they start a bed and breakfast. Eventually the couple become embroiled in international intrigue after a Russian spy (Salty) is murdered in the 'Roddy McDowall Suite'. They later get kidnapped and buttraped by Ennis' lover's son, Jake Gyllenhaal Jr. (Fred Phelps), who happens to own Toys R US.

Controversy[edit]

The Incredible Hulk was a surprising choice to play a gay male lead. His acknowledged far right-wing political viewpoints seemed to be at odds with his character in the movie. When asked about his decision to play a gay man and simulate sex scenes with his male co-star, Hulk would only give cryptic or intelligible answers, such as, "HULK SMASH!". Many insiders in the industry suspected that The Hulk's substance abuse problem had recurred.

Those fears were confirmed when the filming of Brokeback II was forced to cease after an altercation between Ang Lee, Heath Ledger and The Incredible Hulk. Lee claimed The Hulk was constantly late for filming and was drunk and incoherent on several occasions. According to Ledger and Lee, when confronted about the drinking The Hulk flew into a rage and destroyed Cheyenne, the largest city in Wyoming, causing hundreds of dollars in damage. Mr. Hulk later apologized and helped rebuild the city. Filming was finally halted on Feb. 10, 2007.

At a press conference The Hulk claimed that he hadn't had a drink since his years in Rabbinical school. A few days later, however, a paparazzi photographed an obviously intoxicated Hulk exiting his Bentley, sans underwear, exposing his genitalia in the process. Mr. Hulk later admitted he had a problem and enrolled himself into The Betty Ford Clinic.

The Hulk still claims that his drinking had nothing to do with his tirade that resulted in the destruction of Cheyenne. Before entering rehab, The Hulk released a written statement to the press and several online message boards including imdb:


The Hulk's statements caused much confusion since Lee and Ledger are both alive and not orbiting the earth. The Hulk's doctors attribute The Hulk's strange behavior to hallucinations brought about by long time ketamine use, a side effect from his club kid days in New York City. In March the story became stranger when television news magazine Entertainment Tonight aired an interview with anonymous crewmen present during the altercation. They claim Hulk's account is basically true with the exception of the Lee, Ledger murder and subsequent launch into space.

Film Director Ang Lee.

Mr. Hulk is suing the producers for an undisclosed sum claiming pain, suffering and 'getting Hulk's balls cupped by Heaf Lejar.' The producers of the film, Ang Lee and Heath Ledger deny any wrong doing and have taken legal measures against The Hulk.

The matter has yet to be brought to trial.

Allegations of Animal Cruelty[edit]

The American Humane Association raised concerns that animals were treated improperly during filming, alleging that sheep were handled roughly. The film's producers vehemently deny any wrong doing, claiming the sheep were of age and that proper lubrication was used at all times.

Trivia[edit]

The title is a reference to Marlon Brando's butter aided sodomy in The Last Tango in Paris.

This was the first time The Incredible Hulk appeared naked on film. Although the movie was never released, bootleg footage of a naked Hulk has found its way to the internet.

In one scene, the feet from a dead member of the film crew is briefly seen disappearing under a moving steam roller. The death was later ruled an accident.

The film was originally titled Brokeback Mountain II: The Search for Lube.