Earlier this month we found out that production on the long-awaited Super Troopers 2 had finally been completed.
This of course meant that we would be seeing the first trailer for the sequel soon, and this week, that soon became right meow. A first teaser trailer for the movie has indeed been launched, and as an added bonus, if you missed it, an official release date was also set recently.
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Back in March Broken Lizard, the group behind movies like Super Troopers, Club Dread, and Beerfest, launched an Indiegogo campaign for the long-awaited Super Troopers 2 with hopes of making the movie this past summer if the campaign was a success.
Well, here’s a quick update for you fans of the original excited about a sequel. The campaign was a massive success, easily reaching and surpassing its $2 million goal and soaring past $4 million by the time it was all said and done, but filming didn’t happen quite as soon as originally hoped. Instead of making the movie this past summer things got pushed back a bit to this fall, and now—almost 15 YEARS since the original was first released—filming has officially begun on the sequel.
We’ve been hearing about Supper Troopers 2 for quite a while now, as fans of Broken Lizard’s 2001 cult classic comedy have been asking about a follow-up for years. Back in 2009 we heard that the sequel was moving forward and Brian Cox would likely be back, and in 2012 word came that a script for the movie had been completed and turned in.
Now comes word from Broken Lizard that Super Troopers 2 is officially happening, and that it’s their next project. Continue reading to see what they had to say about it.
Deadline Hollywood has the full slate of new shows and concepts that are being tested and developed for Comedy Central. There’s certainly a healthy amount of prospective new shows looking to wow the executives, and though only a few will ultimately find themselves getting a greenlight, only one really stands out at this moment.
That show is currently untitled, and it’s from a little comedy troupe known as Broken Lizard. The gang made swarms of fans with the release of 2001’s Super Troopers, which still to this day remains as quotable and hilarious as ever. After that, they went on to create films such as Club Dread, Beerfest, and the recently-released Slammin’ Salmon.
Click on over to the other side to check out the entire list of hopeful shows that Comedy Central will be looking at, including one with the hilarious Jon Benjamin and even Waiting the TV series?