If you don’t follow any of the members of the comedy troupe Broken Lizard, then you may not have heard that production on the long-gestating comedy sequel Super Troopers 2 started today. That’s right, after launching a successful Kickstarter to help get the movie into production, Super Troopers 2 is finally happening, and we have the exclusive reveal of a new cast member.
Last night, while appearing as a guest for a live recording of the podcast Doug Loves Movies at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre’s Sunset location, Reaper, Deadbeat and Tucker and Dale vs. Evil star Tyler Labine confirmed that he joined the cast of Super Troopers 2 with production officially starting today. Find out what we know about the sequel so far, and see the first photos from the set after the jump. Read More »
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Posted on Sunday, October 25th, 2015 by Angie Han
Break out the maple syrup: Shooting is officially underway on Super Troopers 2, more than 13 years after the first film hit theaters. Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Erik Stolhanske, and Paul Soter all return as Vermont’s goofiest state troopers, and Chandrasekhar once again directs. See the first Super Troopers 2 set photos after the jump. Read More »
We reported on the last round of casting for Celeste and Jesse Forever just the other day, when Emma Roberts, Ari Graynor and Chris Messina joined the cast of the film that follows Rashida Jones (who co-wrote) and Andy Samberg as a couple who tries to maintain their friendship while still living in the same house during their divorce. Now Elijah Wood has signed on as well; THR says he’ll be “Celeste’s business partner, a metrosexual who tries to be her ‘saucy gay friend.'” I’m not sure if that means the character is gay, or if he’s a straight guy who tries to play that role with Celeste (Rashida Jones). Either way, I’ll be happy to see Elijah Wood do outright comedy, since we don’t often see him in that mode on the big screen.
After the break, Colin Hanks continues his hot streak and Paul Schneider breaks his lizard. Read More »