“Penetras Bons de Bico” was a surprising hit in theaters in 2005, grossing over $ 288 million worldwide. And even after snatching the global box office, the production never had a streak announced.
But gradually, fans were presented with little news related to a possible continuation. And after star Vince Vaughn commented on the director’s ideas for a new chapter in the saga, it was now actress Isla Fisher’s turn to share her enthusiasm for the possibility.
During an interview with ComicBook.com to promote her new movie ‘Fairy Godmother’, she said she was thrilled to star in ‘Penetra Bons from Bico 2’:
“I would agree 100%. I think there is an absurd amount of comedy to explore in this context. I think both [Vaughn e Wilson] have such amazing natural chemistry. I loved playing a bipolar nymphomaniac and it would be so much fun to be able to pick up on this character who gave me the chance to be cast in fantastic movies like “Fairy Godmother”. Yes that would be a lot of fun! “
In an interview with CinemaBlend, Vaughn commented on the director’s new idea, suggesting that this may be the perfect premise for an upcoming chapter in the ‘Penetra Bons de Bico’ story:
“David Dobkin had a very good idea which is contemporary. I never went to do a sequel to a lot of those movies back then because it seemed like we were just going after a hit. But what I love about where the “Penetra Bons de Bico” could walk is that there is something that comes from this moment that is very good… A lot of these comedies, even something like “Penetras”, you study things that I think are real in our lives, but comedy is a great commitment to the absurd ”.
During his recent interview with EW magazine, director David Dobkin commented on the bias of the new plot:
“I had an idea that stuck in my mind. Ten years or more later all of a sudden these guys are in their 40s and end up being single. What to do now? It’s interesting to me because I know guys who are in this phase and ended up being single, either because their marriages failed or because they couldn’t find anyone they would like to marry. And it’s a journey through the mind of man, this idea that you might never be a father and never get married. It has therefore become a real cultural issue and an interesting focus for the film ”.
In the interview, Dobkin also commented on how he was tasked with following up years ago, but that the first idea wouldn’t have been so original:
“We talked about it for many, many years. Vince and Owen sat with me at a certain point, when they were rushing 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. not what we wanted ”.
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