Rated: R
Release Date: 04/20/2018
Production Company: Fox Searchlight Pictures

Jay Chandrasekharm., Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske, Damon Wayans Jr., Rob Lowem, Brian Cox, Will Sasso and Fred Savage.

Director: Jay Chandrasekhar. Producers: Sam Alfstad, James Altman and William W. Archer. Executive Producers: Todd Stiefel and Jason Moring. Screenwriters: Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan , Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske. Cinematographer: Joe Collins.
By: Lana K. Wilson-Combs

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Take A Peek At This Trailer For "SUPER TROOPERS 2"

The film takes place in the fictional town of Spurbury, Vermont, near the Canada–US border. The plot centers on five Vermont state troopers who seem to have more of a knack for pranks than police work. Most of their time is spent devising new ways of messing with the heads of the people they pull over and hazing "Rabbit," a new recruit. They also find time to torment their easily infuriated radio dispatcher, Rodney Farva, who has been exiled from patrol work because he was involved in a fight with several students during a questionable traffic stop of a school bus, which is later revealed during the credits. Their days of pranking and slacking off are cut short when the troopers suddenly find themselves attempting to solve a murder, bust a drug-smuggling ring, and avoid having their post eliminated by the state's impending budget cut — resulting in their transfer, or quitting and opening up a roller disco.

Super Troopers 2 is an upcoming American comedy crime film directed by Jay Chandrasekhar. A sequel to the 2001 film Super Troopers, the film was written by and stars the Broken Lizard comedy team, made up of Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter and Erik Stolhanske. Principal photography began in the Central Massachusetts area on October 23, 2015.[1] Post production was finished on August 2, 2017. The film is distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures and will be released in the United States on April 20, 2018.

1 Premise
2 Cast
3 Production
4 Release
4.1 Box office
4.2 Critical response
5 References
6 External links
After an international border dispute arises between U.S. and Canada, five wacky state troopers set up a new highway patrol station in the disputed area of Canada.

State Troopers
Jay Chandrasekhar as Senior Trooper Arcot "Thorny" Ramathorn, a veteran of the Vermont State Police who is the second-in-command of his barracks.[2]
Paul Soter as Trooper Jeff Foster, arguably the most calm and reserved Trooper of the department.[2]
Steve Lemme as Trooper MacIntyre "Mac" Womack, the Trooper who enjoys pranks the most.[2]
Erik Stolhanske as Trooper Robert "Rabbit" Roto, a rookie State Trooper.[2]
Kevin Heffernan as Trooper Rodney "Rod" Farva, a fat, loud, obnoxious and arrogant radio operator.[2]
Brian Cox as Captain John O'Hagen, the commander of his Vermont State Trooper barracks.[2]
Damon Wayans Jr. as Trooper Wagner
Sean William Scott as Trooper Callaghan
Marisa Coughlan as Officer Ursula Hanson.[2]
Other cast
Lynda Carter as Vermont Gov. Jessman.
Rob Lowe as Guy Le Franc, a former hockey player and the current mayor of a Canadian border town in Quebec.
Emmanuelle Chriqui as Genevieve Aubois, a French/Canadian cultural attaché focused on relations with the U.S.
Tyler Labine as Mountie Bellefuille, a Canadian Mountie.
Will Sasso as Mountie Archambault, a Canadian Mountie.
Hayes MacArthur as Mountie Podien, a Canadian Mountie.
Paul Walter Hauser as Lonnie Laloush.
Jim Gaffigan as Larry Johnson
Fred Savage as Himself
Jimmy Tatro as Lance Stonebreaker
Clifton Collins Jr. as Bus Driver


Brian's Song Title: Brian's Song
Year Released: 1971
Running Time: 90
Production Company: Screen Gems (Sony)
Director: Buzz Kulik
Director of Photography: Joseph F. Biroc
Screenwriter: Gale Sayers, Al Silverman and William Blinn
Author: Lana K. Wilson-Combs

REVIEW: This Review Reprinted In Honor Of Movie Critic Bill Gibron--May 14, 1961--May 11, 2018. Pictured Top Left.

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