Spinal Faucet II is formally within the works, with Rob Reiner returning to direct the mockumentary sequel whereas its OG forged additionally makes a comeback.
The follow-up is predicted to be launched in 2024 in celebration of the fortieth anniversary of the unique 1984 movie, This Is Spinal Faucet.
Returning alongside Reiner, who will even reprise his function as on-screen filmmaker Marty DiBergi, are Michael McKean (David St. Hubbins), Harry Shearer (Derek Smalls) and Christopher Visitor (Nigel Tufnel).
Talking with Deadline, Reiner famous: “I can inform you hardly a day goes by with out somebody saying, why don’t you do one other one?
“For thus a few years, we stated, ‘nah.’ It wasn’t till we got here up with the proper thought how to do that. You don’t wish to simply do it, to do it. You wish to honour the primary one and push it slightly additional with the story.”
On the sequel’s story, he added: “I’m again enjoying Marty DiBergi. The band was upset with the primary movie. They thought I did a hatchet job and it is a probability to redeem myself.
“I’m such an enormous fan and I felt dangerous they didn’t like what they noticed within the first movie. After I heard they could get again collectively, I used to be a visiting adjunct trainer’s helper on the Ed Wooden College of Cinematic Arts. I drop all the pieces to doc this last live performance.”
The sequel’s affirmation arrives simply over per week after the passing of Ric Parnell, aka Spinal Faucet drummer Mick Shrimpton, who died on the age of 70.
The information broke by way of Shearer who Tweeted, “Ric Parnell, our drummer in This Is Spinal Faucet, handed away in the present day. Nobody ever rocked tougher.”
Spinal Faucet II will launch March 19, 2024.