Whether the thing that pops into your head is the chugging of maple syrup or that "the snozzberries taste like snozzberries," it can't be denied that Super Troopers is an OG American classic. The critics and Rotten Tomatoes must have fudged the math here, OK? So we come bearing good news: the Super Troopers sequel, aptly named Super Troopers 2, has finished filming.
This news comes via a blog post on the official website of Broken Lizard, the same comedy and filmmaking team responsible for writing, directing, producing, and starring in the seminal 2001 R-rated comedy classic. A release date and trailer for the new film should hit the internet as soon as they wrap post-production.
The original film revolved around the antics that fictional state troopers in Vermont get up to while they should be on duty, pulling pranks, messing with innocent citizens' heads on the road, and participating in a robust rivalry with the local cops. The sequel, according to a MovieWeb interview with actor Paul Soter, will place the Troopers in Canada, by accident. While attempting to do their jobs much in the way they did in the first film, they cause an international incident, apparently.