On-the-run husband and wife Randy and Evi Quaid are taking their infamous Star Whackers on to the big screen, RadarOnline.com has learned.
Randy and his band, The Fugitives, recently put his conspiracy theory to music after a madcap performance at The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver earlier this month.
And now the oddball couple is going to appear at the Rio Theatre in Vancouver in a presentation called: An Evening with the Quaids.
The promotion for the event on April 22, 2011, reads: Outlaws on the run? Or victims in danger from a bizarre shadowy conspiracy called the Star Whackers? You be the judge. ALL your questions will be answered!
Nothing lights up the internet like a dead movie star - there is a plague upon the Hollywood star system since 1995: movie stars are worth more dead than alive due to lucrative ad revenue on the internet. Randy Quaid has been targeted, and left heartbroken & abandoned. Assassins plot his demise and hunt him so to appropriate for themselves his value as a movie star. Stars Randy Quaid in three roles!
Both Randy and Evi will be available for a question and answer session following the screenings and the audience is encouraged to provide feedback on her documentary. Tickets are available for $20 in advance and $25 at the door.
Evi Quaid adds: “This is a work in progress and highly experimental with nudity, adult language & content throughout. For the first time I would like an audience reaction to my art as a work in progress, so I may understand its content through other eyes.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Randy and Evi brought the Star Whackers phrase into prominence in an interview with Good Morning America last November. They claimed that the Star Whackers were plotting against them, all working together to "take the money" they've earned in their careers. They also blamed Star Whackers for mysterious deaths of various celebrities.
Randy, who starred in Major League 2 alongside Charlie Sheen, said the Star Whackers "follow us, they tag our cell phone they hack their computer," adding that "it is very possible that Heath Ledger could have been murdered, and David Carradine, too."
Randy added his brother Dennis -- who famously sang himself, playing Jerry Lee Lewis in 1989's Great Balls Of Fire -- has been "victimized by the same people" but "he doesn't respond" to Randy's warnings.