'Dumb & Dumber To' Revived at Universal and Red Granite Pictures

June 18, 2013
Source: Farrelly Brothers

Dumb & Dumber

Just over a week ago, Warner Brothers and New Line Cinema decided not to move forward with Dumb & Dumber To, the sequel to the 1994 comedy starring Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels. Despite having directors Bobby & Peter Farrelly ready to go with the two leading men reprising their roles, the studio only saw a "limited upside" if they made the film, despite the fact that the comedy would only cost about $30 million to make. Well, that studio's loss is now hopefully a gain for Universal Pictures and Red Granite Pictures who have just picked up the sequel which could go into production early this fall for a 2014 release.

The Farrelly Brothers updated their Twitter with the news, "IT'S OFFICIAL: Dumb and Dumber To is going into production with @RedGranitePics and @UniversalPics!!!" Following that news, it was Borys Kit from THR who tweeted, "Sources say Dumb & Dumber To could start shooting by early fall and be released next year, which would be the 20th [anniversary] of the original." Despite the fact that Warner Bros. and New Line passed on the project, we knew some other studio would see the light and pick up this sequel. Now hopefully the Farrellys and Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels can deliver a solid sequel 20 years later. Happy?

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One in a Million chance. That Mary Swanson is full of shit.

Xerxexx on Jun 18, 2013


They better own a Worm Store! 🙂

C.j. Irving on Jun 18, 2013



DAVIDPD on Jun 18, 2013


So your telling me theres a chance?

Hans on Jun 19, 2013


Geeze, I can't believe it's been almost 20yrs already!!! Makes me feel old.

nate on Jun 19, 2013


Damn straight.

cobrazombie on Jun 20, 2013


Hell yes I'm happy!

grimjob on Jun 19, 2013


Nice, complete the trilogy, haha. Oh yeah, most people hate the prequel...but I DID see it when it first came out, when I was a kid....and I remember finding it funny, of course not as good as the original, though.

Chris Groves on Jun 19, 2013


Uptight studio executives, how could you not make this movie for $30 million? I wonder if they got gun shy for another Carrey movie after Burt Wonderstone tanked.

Fatal Error on Jun 19, 2013


I thought I read a story the other day saying Jim Carrey was no longer locked in to this.

cobrazombie on Jun 20, 2013


$30mil?? Are the leads working for free? All of the crap that Hollywood spits out yearly and they couldn't see a market for a $30mil sequel to one of the best comedies ever with the original leads? Something doesn't sound right....

desispeed on Jun 20, 2013

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