1996’s Kingpin, the rose buried deep within the yellowing resin of the Farrelly brothers’ other early efforts, may be getting a long-belated sequel.
Collider brings word that Peter and Bobby Farrelly are set to produce a follow-up to their variously sophomoric bowling comedy.
The project seems to be in an incredibly early, barely noteworthy stage at the moment. There isn’t a script or even writers attached, and stars Woody Harrelson, Randy Quaid, Vanessa Angel, Bill Murray, Chris Elliott, and Lin Shaye aren’t yet on board. But you gotta figure everyone but the Zombielanders should be pretty easy gets.
Is this the first sign that Americans are ready to stick their fingers into filthy holes shared by countless strangers again?