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July 25, 2011

The Knights of Badassdom Trailer: It’s time to Level Up!

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We’ve talked about The Knight of Badassdom before, but didn’t have much info. Now, thanks to Comic Con, we’ve got a Knights of Badassdom trailer. And we’re gonna show you the trailer, but let me first talk a little bit about what could be my favorite film cast ever. Ever.

Tyrion Lannister, Jason Stackhouse, and Steve Zahn are roommates, (Awesome already right?) and Stackhouse has just been through a rough breakup. So to cheer him up, his buddies do what all movie-land friends do – they kidnap him and take him somewhere to raise his spirits.

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Only in this case, that somewhere is a LARP game. Once there, they encounter Liam McPoyle, Abed Nadir, and Summer Glau. Sounds good to me.

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Now what that means is that in one paragraph, I’ve already tied this movie to Game of Thrones, True Blood, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Community. And I didn’t even mention W. Earl Brown (Deadwood, Justified), Joshua Malina (Sports Night), and Larry Zerner (Friday the 13th Part III) whose character ‘Shelly’ is famous for supplying Jason Voorhees with his hockey mask. And now, his name in KoB will also be ‘Shelly’…

Knights of BadassdomAnyhow, here’s the Knights of Badassdom trailer:

BAD. ASS.

In addition, we also have some interviews from Comic Con…

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The first one with Entertainment Weekly, which feature both Margarita Levieva (The Lincoln Lawyer) and Michael Gladis (Mad Men) whom I for some reason had not already mentioned, along with may of the aforementioned actors and Director Joe Lynch.

And the 2nd, longer interview, for G4TV is just Lynch and Summer Glau…

There is no release date set thus far, but it’s coming out sometime this spring…

 




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Brian Kronner
I write for the print edition of GEEK Magazine, and I can pretty much quote The ‘burbs from start to finish, I remember all the rules one must abide by when caring for a mogwai, and I could absolutely survive the Fire Swamp. How’s that for street cred?




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  1. […] When Knights of Badassdom arrived at ComicCon in 2011 with a trailer, fans of the new movie were fairly certain they’d get a chance to see the completed project relatively soon. So imagine everyone’s surprise when the rumored release date of that following spring came around and there was no Knights of Badassdom. Then the film’s own website announced that it would be released in 2012. […]