Owen Wilson on 'Good Nipple Crawler' Sequel: "We're Exploring Some Ideas"

In an interview with Extra, Owen Wilson commented on a possible sequel to the comedy ‘Good Beak Penetrators‘. The actor revealed that they are “exploring some ideas” to make sure the sequel is on the same level as the first film.

“They are developing a sequel. David Dobkin, the director, is exploring some ideas. The first movie was one of those projects that everyone had fun with, and obviously we got a good reaction from the audience. If we do a sequel, we want it to be as good as the original movie.”

Previously, Wilson had already commented on the project: “The script is ready and [o diretor] David Dobkin is tweaking something or other, we’ve been talking a lot about it. Before anything else, we needed to make sure that everyone involved felt that we had a great story.”

For now, no more details about the production have been revealed, but updates should be released as soon as recording begins.

Released in 2005, the original film earned more than $288 million around the world, from a budget of $40 million.

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In an interview with CinemaBlend, Vaughn commented on the new idea of dobkinsuggesting that perhaps it is the ideal premise for an upcoming chapter in the story.

David Dobkin had a very good idea that is contemporary. I never went and did a sequel to a lot of those movies at the time because it felt like we were just going after a hit. But what I like about where ‘Good Pee Crawlers’ could go is that there’s something that’s from this moment and that’s really good… A lot of these comedies, even something like ‘Crawler’, you’re investigating things that I think. that are real in our lives, but comedy is a super commitment to the absurd.”

In this ocasion, dobkin commented on the bias of the new plot:

“I had an idea that stuck in my mind. Ten or more years later, all of a sudden these guys are in their 40s and they end up single. What to do now? This is interesting to me, because I know guys who are at this stage and ended up single, either because their marriages failed or because they didn’t find anyone they wanted to marry. And that’s a journey into the man’s mind, this idea that maybe you’ll never be a father and never marry. So that became a real cultural issue and an interesting focus for the film.”

In the interview, he also commented on how he was asked to make a sequel years ago, but that the first idea would not have been so original:

“We talked about this for many, many years. vince and Owen sat with me at one point, when they were pushing us to do something, and we had a lot of fun, but we came to the conclusion that we were doing a remake of the same movie and it wasn’t what we wanted.”

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