Bad Teacher, which had Justin Timberlake and Cameron Diaz, made a lot of money for the production company. It was made for about $30 million dollars and ended up grossing over $215 million worldwide.
So it's pretty obvious that they'll do a sequel eventually.
The thing is, though, that part of the team is getting back together before that, on a brand NEW comedy!
Here's what it's about:
After a Supercuts manager advises his best friend to break off his engagement, he unexpectedly falls in love with the jilted fiancee, testing both his new romance and his friendship.
Sounds pretty basic, but basic isn't bad — it what you do with that basic idea that counts.
Getting back together are writers Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg with director Jake Kasdan.
Do that seem like something U'd like to see? Did you like Bad Teacher?
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