Dumb and Dumber 2: So, You’re Saying There’s a Chance!

According to Total Film and comingsoon.net, the Farrelly brothers have officially announced that production of “Dumb and Dumber 2” will start later this year—with both Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels on-board.  Note:  Before you immediately think it will suck as much as the steaming pile of shit known as “Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd,” the Farrelly brothers stated that was a studio production; they had nothing to do with it.

While Peter Farrelly is lighting up various social media in hopes of rousing pre-release buzz around the sequel, Entertainment Weekly says that the film hasn’t been greenlit yet.  Hmmm…I wonder what’s in store for Harry and Lloyd this time around. Do they finally start I Got Worms?  Do they ditch the sheepdog for a new ride?  Does Lloyd use his ‘rapist’s wit’ to make love to a schoolboy?  Guess we won’t find out until 2014.

3 comments on “Dumb and Dumber 2: So, You’re Saying There’s a Chance!

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