Broken Lizard’s “Quasi” trailer puts a comedic spin on the classic story
While Super Troopers 3: Winter Soldiers may still be in the distant future, the minds of Broken Lizard have finally released a trailer for their upcoming satirical comedy. So to say. Cooperation with Searchlight Pictures, Kevin Hefferman, Steve Lemme, Jay Chandrasekhar, Paul SoterAnd Eric Stolhankske give the audience a glimpse of what is to come in their hysterical interpretation of a classic story.
We all know the story of Victor Hugo‘S The Hunchback of Notre Dame which has seen both live-action and animated adaptations over the years, but today’s So to say trailer promises to stand out from the rest. In an initial bit recalled Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the scene (and tone) takes place in medieval France, where a guard is tasked with killing his associate and lifelong friend. After some back and forth, the security guard reluctantly goes about his work with a strained smile on his face.
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We then meet the title character (Steve Lemme), who, unlike the Quasimodos who came before him, is more vulgar and sarcastic about his painful suffering. Next to his friend (Kevin Hefferman), the men have a big event to look forward to – Pope Week. It gets even more exciting when Quasi wins the main prize of an individual confession with the Pope (Paul Soter), which means he has to prepare his questions for his unique opportunity. The trailer also reveals a budding romance between Quasi and a woman (Adrian Palicki, The Orville), who appears to be of royal influence, teasing the harsh position the hunchback will find himself in when caught in the crossfire of a scandalous and murderous rivalry between the Pope and the King of France.
Of course, the gang are back in action in this production of Broken Lizard, with all the longtime collaborators to bring audiences another over-the-top, quotable comedy. In addition to starring, Heffernan also directed So to say and wrote the script with the rest of the crew: Lemme, Soter, Jay ChandrasekharAnd Eric Stolhanske.
Which shouldn’t surprise anyone, the team’s latest project has been attracting audiences super troops And beer feast will take the opportunity to exit So to say on April 20, 2023 to offer something to those attending the celebrations of the day. For those watching Hulu in the United States, audiences in Latin America can watch the film on Star+, while Disney+ streams the title everywhere else. Travel back to the Middle Ages but with a comedic twist in the trailer So to say under.