Ricky, Julian and Bubbles have once again agreed to give camera crews an all-access pass into their outrageous lives.
Production on a third Trailer Park Boys film will start in March. All of the original characters have signed on.
Producer Mike Volpe wouldn’t disclose plotline details but guaranteed it would be a ‘crazy film.’
“It’s safe to say that the boys will get themselves into trouble,” said Volpe. “They’re going to have to find inventive ways to extract themselves from it.”
Robb Wells, aka Ricky, says he’s thrilled about the reunion.
“We’ve had incredible support from fans worldwide,” Wells said. “I love playing Ricky and we’re all excited to play the Trailer Park Boys again on screen with the amazing cast and crew.”
Volpe couldn’t give a release date for the film, other than it wouldn’t be before 2015.
Volpe said there’s still plenty of demand for the boys and said there’ll be lots of fresh material for fans to enjoy.
Although characters are outrageous, a tad rough and more than a little crude, Volpe says people are drawn to them because they’re so endearing.
“People relate to the characters, they’ve grown up with a character that aren’t that dissimilar,” he said. “It’s filled with heart. Even though they have their issues, they have each other’s back and they’re friends through thick and thin.”
Released in 2006, the first Trailer Park Boys film entitled Trailer Park Boys: The Movie follows Ricky, Julian and Bubbles on their quest to commit one last crime before retiring from their criminal lives. In 2009, the sequel Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day documents the trio’s return to a life of crime after being released from prison.