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Reno 911! Sequel - Down Under - With a Steven Seagal Cameo?!

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April 13, 2007

If you missed Reno 911!: Miami in February, then you truly missed something to behold. It was far superior to that waste of time Night at the Museum and had the best golf cart chase in film history. Thankfully they're keeping the series alive, both on Comedy Central and again as another film. Writer and star Thomas Lennon (he plays the short-shorts wearing Lieutenant Jim Dangle) gave an update over at Moviehole.net on what would be called Reno 911!: Down Under.

Despite being most well recognized as Jim Dangle on the series, Lennon is actually a big writer in Hollywood, scripting Night at the Museum, Let's Go to Prison, The Pacifier, and the upcoming Balls of Fury. He said he's already got a sequel to the first Reno 911! movie in development:

"We found we really like it when we're battling animals and I believe there's a certain kind of wildlife that Australia has- Kangaroos that will kick you in the face real bad, and so on. We wanna do a scene that involves a Koala bear humping someone's face! So if we can figure out a way to make a whole film around that, there's a good chance that could happen."

And here's the best part, he wants to get Steven Seagal to do a cameo… and blow things up.

"Hopefully someone will get humped in the face by a Koala bear- and Steven Seagal will blow up- Or, Seagal's doing a lecture on safety with Koala bears and then gets face-raped!"

If they get Steven Seagal, and have a Koala bear humping scene, this may top the golf cart chase in the first movie and I will instantly be there. If you really haven't seen it, Reno 911!: Miami is truly much better than Night at the Museum.

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