After skewering celebs, 'South Park' creators plan film
March 12, 1998
Web posted at: 11:27 p.m. EST (0427 GMT)
ASPEN, Colorado (CNN) -- Stan, Cartman, Kyle and Kenny -- four foul-mouthed 8-year-olds made from construction paper -- have captured the imagination of TV audiences across the country. Their animated Comedy Central series, "South Park," has been the highest-rated show on cable for more than a month, and their creators -- two wild and crazy twenty-somethings from Colorado -- have gotten a kick out of skewering celebrities from Kathie Lee Gifford to Barbra Streisand. Now Matt Stone and Trey Parker have set their sights on Hollywood -- in the form of an R-rated film. CNN's Paul Vercammen caught up with the pair on their snowy home turf.
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