CinemaCon 2014: First Look at Footage for ‘Dumb and Dumber To’

dumb-and-dumber-toThe lovable dumb guys are back.

Universal Pictures premieres the first look footage at CinemaCon to the comedy sequel “Dumb and Dumber To.” The film continues Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne’s adventure set twenty years later after their original adventure to find Adele Pichlow.

Latino-Review was in attendance at CinemaCon watching and laughing at the hilarious footage.

The footage started with Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels) visiting Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) in a hospital. With Lloyd sitting in a stupor-like state, he surprises Harry that he was pretending the past twenty years. However, they must first remove a urinary catheter from Lloyd. And the hilarious ensues with the removal.

The movie footage also revealed Harry’s long lost daughter he had twenty years ago, in which he finally discovered with a post card. The best friends then started to use their detective skills (or lack thereof) to find her. There is one scene with Harry calling his so-called daughter’s cell phone, but Lloyd picks up the phone while sitting next to him.

There’s a bunch of quick montages of their crazy antics. And the best news of all, the dog-shaped van is back in this sequel.

“Dumb and Dumber” is a classic comedy and it looks like the sequel can and least match the laughter.

“Dumb and Dumber To” will be in theaters on November 14th.

Source: Latino-Review

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