Alan Tudyk & Tyler Labine Announce 'Tucker and Dale vs. Evil' Sequel
The existence of the horror comedy Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is impressive in itself, but now there's a sequel on the way. That's right, the film's stars Tyler Labine and Alan Tudyk attended Horrorhound in Cincinnati, Ohio recently and Bigger Show (via SlashFilm) recorded the duo announcing that a sequel to the 2010 film is on the way. And while sequels go into development all the time, Tudyk notes that this is a little more credible since the desire and outline for a knew sequel come from the producers as opposed to a director, who is always looking to garner support for a film, no matter what stage of development it's at.
But Tudyk and Labine are also a big part of the property itself, so they're not looking to make a sequel just for the cash grab (especially since the film wasn't a box office hit anyway). As they say, "We’ll never make a shitty sequel.” For those who don't know, the original film follows the title backwoods boys expecting to relax at their "vacation" cabin, but see their trip turn into a nightmare when they're accused of being psychotic killers. The film is available on Netflix Instant now, so check it out and get excited for a sequel.