Danny DeVito Shrine Resurrected At Local Alamo Drafthouse
Fans of film, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, and eggs can rejoice as the strange saga of the Danny DeVito bathroom shrine lives on.
Metaflix can exclusively report that the worship piece has been resurrected at Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers. The original Danny DeVito shrine was discovered on the campus of SUNY Purchase in an unfinished room accessible by a hole in a bathroom wall hidden behind a large paper towel dispenser. Video of the discovery quickly went viral, with the actor himself even responding to the hysteria.
The college, which is located in Westchester County just outside of New York City, quickly walled off the chamber, entombing the original location of the shrine. But much like Jesus after his crucifixion on Golgotha, the shrine has re-emerged in the lobby of the venerated movie house in support of a special screening of ‘Throw Momma From The Train,’ the 1987 classic directed by and starring Devito.
“Danny DeVito is god. Or Jesus. Either way, long after we’re all gone and Disney is the only movie studio in existence, DeVito will return and save all the true film believers,” said a source at the theater.
A sign at the shrine states “Leave An Offering for Our Lord and Savior Danny DeVito, Patron Saint of Trash Men." Tributes are piling up, including eggs, discarded MoviePass cards, and monster condoms for the actor’s magnum dong.
The shrine is presently set to remain on display through Sunday and future plans for the exhibit are being discussed. A feature video will also be presented on the Metaflix Youtube Channel in the near future.