Todd Phillips Discusses "Old School" Sequel Ideas

by | September 18, 2006 | Comments

Writer/director Todd Phillips ("Old School," "Road Trip") has a new movie coming out this weekend called "School for Scoundrels," and he took a few minutes to chit-chat with Gareth over at Aside from talking about his newest comedy, Phillips also answered a few questions about "Old School 2," which looks to become a reality sooner than later.


GVK: What is the latest on the next "Old School"?

TP: We are writing a sequel which is called "Old School Dos." No actors have been signed yet, and nobody has agreed to be in the film. The plan is that once the script is finished, we will approach the cast and go from there.

GVK: You had mentioned that you would have liked to have added more to "Old School" the main thing I wondered was why Frank’s wife was so afraid of seeing Frank the Tank again, shortly before his infamous streaking event. I had wondered what he had done in the past that had caused her so much concern.

TP: It is funny that you mention that as it is something that will be addressed in "Old School Dos," so stay tuned.

Click here for the full article, although considering how much cash Vaughn and Ferrell are currently getting per flick, I’m betting "Old School Dos" might be one of those "next generation" comedies.

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