Broken Lizard Boys to Hit an All-New "Road"

by | July 26, 2005 | Comments

Comedy troupe Broken Lizard (a.k.a the guys behind "Club Dread" and "Super Troopers") have announced their next movie, and it’s Edward Douglas and ComingSoon.net that have the scoop on "The Greek Road."

("Dukes of Hazzard" director and longtime Lizard Jay) Chandrasekhar says "Dukes" co-star and Broken Lizard member Kevin Heffernan "is playing Plato, who is a fresman wrestler at Athens University going to wrestle for them in the Olympics. But he is failling in his class in Higher Thought, so they hire Socrates, who is a Senior, to tutor him. But he is a little thick and he cheats and passes. The two of them road trip to Mt. Olympus on chariot so he can wrestle there and Zeus, Poseidon and Hades make bets whether they’ll make it or not."

Chandrasekhar added that The Greek Road will be a hard R-rated movie, will be set in ancient Greece, and they will try to make it as authentic as possible. Warner Bros. Pictures is the distributor.

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