Thurman Merman is Back in New Bad Santa 2 Stills!
Brad Green and Talk Miramax Pictures has just released several pictures of his upcoming Bad Santa 2, hit up comedy since 2003. Check out the teaser poster for the film in the gallery below with the new image viewer that Billy Bob Thornton’s feature Merman return of Willie Soke, Tony Cox, Brett Kelly Marx and Thurman!
(Misery, Titanic, from Dolores Claiborne) fusion like as nails mother heard Soke hard, Ryan Hansen (Veronica Mars, 2 Broke Girls) Bad Santa 2 is also set to star Kathy Bates and Christina Hendricks (Mad Men, Neon Demon) and Diane Hastings Castle, a married couple security guards live and Dorfman, a charitable organization and 50 colors Jenny Zigrino (as black, respectively) and Jeff Skowron as running (good shepherd).
Fueled by cheap whiskey, greed and hatred, merging the teams once again with his angry little sidekick, Marcus, knock a Chicago charity at Christmas. Chubby and out of the chipper Thurman Merman, sunny fragment of humanity Willie Ray 250 pounds – is “child” along for the ride.
The pair horror story of a mother’s guardian, mother standing issues are covered by the Sunni Soke. Super Breakout Super Bitch, I heard some low standards of any criminal behavior, raises the bar for gang ambitions. After the merger more shapely and clean Diane, gold and charity director with steel drive heart is burdened by the Yearning.
Mark Waters (Freaky Friday, Mean Girls), the Miramax and wide green direct support from photographs finance and co-production division of the American theater to handle bad Santa 2 Broad Green, whose release is scheduled for November 23, 2016 is the partnership with.
Geyer Kosinski (Astronaut Farmer, are creating bad news bears) and Andrew Gunn (Freaky Friday). Santa has to be bad script Doug Ellin (Entourage) and Shauna Cross (2, Whip written by Johnny Rosenthal, as well). The executive producer of the Miramax Zanne Devine and David Thwaites, Brad Green, Gabriel and Daniel Hammond, Mark Waters, Jessica Tuchinsky, Adam Fields and Doug Ellin.
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