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.
Click on over to the other side to check out the teaser.
For those who were worried, yes, Super Troopers 2 is still happening. In fact, Broken Lizard offered an update on where things currently stand this week.
They’ve confirmed that post-production on the movie has officially been completed, which is the big news of course. They also dive into specifics on the work that was done to wrap everything up, which will be worth reading for anyone interested in the filmmaking process, and touch on what the next step is before fans will get to actually see Super Troopers 2.
Not only is filming for the long-awaited sequelSuper Troopers 2 still going on after the movie had a successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, but casting is still happening as well.
The latest casting announcement is that MADtv and The Three Stooges star Will Sasso and Angie Tribeca star Hayes MacArthur have joined the cast to play two of three Mounties. The pair join the already cast Tyler Labine, who is set to play the third Mountie.
Continue below for more and to see an image of the trio as these Mounties.
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.