Cocaine Bear Stars Talks About Next Ideals, Including “Crocodile Adderall” and “Crystal Meth Puppies”
The new wild movie Cocaine Bear – which tells the story of a bear that eats cocaine and then kills people – hits theaters this weekend. But what could the sequel look like? The stars of the film have now shared their incredible ideas.
O’Shea Jackson Jr. tell Diversity that the sequel could focus on Cassowaries. “It’s the most dangerous bird in the world!” said the actor, noting that the film could take place in Australia, where the birds were found.
Meanwhile, Jesse Tyler Ferguson suggested the sequel could follow an Alligator who got lost in Adderall. Ferguson would call the film “Crocodile Adderall.”
“It’s a very excited alligator and it cleans things up. A very efficient alligator,” the actor said.
Co-producer Christopher Miller said the bear from Cocaine Bear will survive and star in the sequel, where it battles a shark. This movie could be called “Cocaine Bear v. Cocaine Shark,” Miller said. “They’re in shallow water, like on a sandy beach. I’ll watch that,” Miller said.
Other recommendations from the cast include “Cocaine Dolphin,” Cocaine Rats,” and “Crystal Meth Puppies.”
Jokes aside, Phil Lord, another co-producer, said there was in fact an actual sequel to Cocaine Bear 2, “but I’m not going to tell you what that is.”
Cocaine Bear hits theaters on February 24. Directed by Elizabeth Banks, who recently said she’d like to see Paddington Bear snorted a few lines.
Authorities in New Zealand recently found 3.5 tonnes of cocaine floating in the ocean and it has spawned memes about “Cocaine Shark”. For what it’s worth, Banks says she’s willing to make that movie–“Jaws with cocaine”–if they come up with a good enough story.
Cocaine Bear, rated R, is going to be super gore because it depicts bears doing what they do in the wild–eat live prey.
Cocaine Bear also stars Keri Russel, Alden Ehrenreich, Matthew Rhys and Margo Martindale, as well as Ray Liotta in one of his last film roles.
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