By Kate Ward
Updated April 13, 2010 at 10:15 PM EDT
Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos (2); Dwight Eschliman/Stone/Getty Images

Image Credit: Sylvain Gaboury / PR Photos (2); Dwight Eschliman/Stone/Getty ImagesOkay, seriously, what’s the deal with this Butter movie? First of all, it started with an amazing concept, which Mandi Bierly pointed out sounds like it belongs to a Christopher Guest movie but doesn’t: A wife, played by Jennifer Garner, begins competing in a butter-carving contest when her husband is forced out of the competition. Then, the film added EW-approved actors Ty Burrell and Ashley Greene to the cast. And now, based on the decision to cast Hugh Jackman (as an old boyfriend of Garner’s character) and Alicia Silverstone (as the mother who I imagine is not a virgin and can drive around her teenage butter-carver daughter), I’ve decided that Butter‘s goal is to pack everything that’s awesome into one film. What’s next? Jet packs?! I know my heart isn’t supposed to love butter — very high in fat — but it does already!

Who else is hoping Silverstone’s daughter carves a Statue of Liberty that says “R.S.V.P.”?