Honestly, we're on the fence as to whether or not we'd want to see this. On the one hand, pretty much any film Garry Marshall gets his hands on these days is going to have about 25 names listed on the movie poster. Clearly, Hollywood owes this guy some favors and he's cashing them in while he's still got time. Either that, or he's the New York Yankees of movie casting. But hey, at Garry Marshall's age, he could just as easily be writing angry letters to his local theater about all of the "ethnics" in movies these days. Instead, he's giving Ludacris a vehicle to explore his romcom side. Good for him.
Also, adding a "massive casualties" element to the Garry Marshall formula would be exactly the kind of shot in the arm we'd administer to a franchise like this if the terms of our work release allowed us to dabble in side projects. Remember the rush of excitement you felt when (spoiler alert!) Gwyneth Paltrow died in the first few minutes of Contagion? Multiply it by at least 10 and you have the Independence Day remake you've never dreamed of but will probably go check out anyway.