Leon Schuster DVD'S

Schuster’s new movie, Mad Buddies

One of the most eagerly awaited theatrical releases of 2012, Leon Schuster’s... 

Schuks Tshabalala’s Survival Guide To South Africa 2010

Schuks Tshabalala (Leon Schuster) and his friend, Shorty (Alfred Ntombela), are commissioned... 

Mr. Bones 2: Back from the Past

Set both in the past and the present day, this is the story of a King who is given... 

Leon Schuster Pranks

Leon Schuster – Schucks Tshabalala’s Survival Guide to South Africa 2010

TRAILER: Schuks Tshabalala and his friend, Shorty, are commissioned by the 2010 ... 

Leon Schuster – Rookie traffic police prank

South African prankster Leon Schuster sets up and plays the fool with a new intake... 

Leon Schuster – Rookie fireman prank

South African prankster Leon Schuster sets the scene for mayhem with tampered equipment... 

Leon Schuster Recent News

Schuster’s new movie, Mad Buddies

One of the most eagerly awaited theatrical releases of 2012, Leon Schuster’s Mad Buddies, has completed filming across Gauteng and Kwa-Zulu Natal.

Mad Buddies is the latest comedy caper from the legendary South African filmmaker and fans can now view the first hilarious trailer as well as see a teaser poster for the film right here.

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Young ‘girlfriend’ for Leon Schuster
Johannesburg – She laughs, he smiles constantly. This is how filmmaker, actor and comedian Leon Schuster and Leané du Plessis, 28, head of media relations at AfriForum, respond to questions about their new “friendship”. A friendship that is actually still a secret.
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Leon Schuster Vereer vir Nuwe Rolprent

Leon Schuster VereerSter-Kinekor Teaters het Suid-Afrikaanse fliek-ikon, Leon Schuster, tydens ‘n elegante ete in Johannesburg gisteraand (18 Aug) vereer.

Leon Schuster se nuutste fliek, Schuks Tshabalala’s Survival Guide to South Africa, het tot nou toe alle plaaslike loketrekords oortref toe dit meer as R37 miljoen ingepalm het. Dié fliek is amptelik die derde mees suksesvolle fliekvrystelling in Suid-Afrika ná Avatar en Titanic. …READ MORE

Leon Schuster Kyk Na Binne

Leon SchusterLeon Schuster, komediant en rolprentmaker wie se jongste gekskeer-fliek in Maart 2010 verskyn, kyk na binne.

EK HOOP…

om onthou te word as iemand wat mense se lag-lewens verryk het. My ou groot UmFaan, Fanus Rautenbach, het ‘n mooi sê-ding: Die lewe is ‘n lag lank.

om my kinders oorsee te neem, veral wanneer die Bokke in Nieu-Seeland en Australië toer.

bittergraag vir ‘n Ferrari – dan kyk die meisies verby my bles! En ek wil graag op die stoep van my Umhlanga-huisie sit en net ontspan, sonder om verbygangers dop te hou en te dink hoe ek hulle kan prank. …READ MORE

Onderhoud met Leon Schuster – Uittreksel uit Beeld deur Marida Fitzpatrick

Die Reënboognasie, wat Leon Schuster so goed ken, wat hy op ’n manier met sy liedjies en flieks en grappe help skep het, “skyn nie meer so lekker nie,” sê hy. “Daai reënboog kruip op die oomblik agter Tafelberg weg.” Agter slaggate en Malema en blouligbrigades.

Dis hoekom hy weet: die nasie het weer opcheer nodig, hulle het Schuster nodig; hulle’t Schucks nodig. En einde Mei, kort duskant WB 2010, kry hulle dit in Leon Schuster se nuutste fliek: Schucks Tshabalala’s Survival Guide to South Africa 2010. In dié fliek gaan Leon terug na sy wortels – die versteekte kamera.  Al die “gags”, soos hy dit noem, word saamgebind deur ’n karakter genaamd Shucks Tshabalala, natuurlik gespeel deur Schuster. …READ MORE

Schuks Tshabalala set to be biggest Leon Schuster film

Leon Schuster broke his own record this past weekend when Schuks Tshabalala became the biggest ever Schuster-helmed feature film, surpassing his previous record-holder, Mr Bones 2, for earnings over the concurrent number of weeks of its release in 2008.

At the end of its sixth weekend on circuit Mr Bones 2 had earned R 29,3 million according to the industry top 10. Schuks Tshabalala has earned R 29,5 million in the same period, placing it 2% ahead of Mr Bones 2 for the weeks in question. …READ MORE

Leon Schuster’s New Movie Review by Leon van Nierop

What’s it about?
A tour guide takes a group of foreigners on a trip around Cape Town and uses comic scenarios to show them how to survive in South Africa.

Who will enjoy it?
This is a Leon Schuster flick for people who don’t like Leon Schuster flicks. You’ll find yourself laughing despite yourself – there are some hysterically funny (but also cruel!) scenes. To Schuster no one’s a sacred cow–not even himself – and for this he deserves praise. …READ MORE