While we never know exactly what to expect each time Defamer videographer Molly McAleer takes her camera to Hollywood Blvd. to have a chat with one of the Walk of Fame's Polaroid-proffering superheroes (for example: who knew that Reasonably Passable, Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man has such a hard time with handsy tourists?), we were especially surprised to hear that Zorro, a legendary defender of the powerless against the rich and strong, might see the strike as a great time to launch a writing career.
But before anyone in a red t-shirt runs down to the Chinese Theatre to seize the crusader's épée and carve a scab's "S" into his costume, let's give him the benefit of the doubt and assume that he's just trying to infiltrate the studios, rob them blind, and distribute their loot to the scribbling underclass.
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