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Trailer Park Boys celebrate feature film release at the Mod Club.

By: Staff Writer

This is the big time! With media and fans poised for their arrival the East Coast- Sunnyvale troublemakers arrive in ‘style’ pulling up to the red carpet in a camper van where it looks like the party had already began. The premier screening had taken place just prior at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Toronto. Then it was time to celebrate. 

Taking the stage first and mc for the evening J. Rock, who hypes the crowd, dropping his usual “dope rhymes,” and plug to pick up the trailer park boys soundtrack, later followed a performance of the films theme song “Trailer park Life.”

Rock and roll with lots of alcohol was the theme for these new movie stars. Local rock group Thornley played a full 40 minute set, Ricky and Julian get up later to scream into the mic, and Bubbles flaunts his charm and talent playing alongside RUSH guitar icon Alex Lifeson. 

“The film was a challenge right from the start, says Producer Michael Volpe. “Introducing a whole new cast of characters to an audience that knew absolutely nothing about the Trailer Park Boys without repeating ourselves with our hardcore audience who knew everything about our Sunnyvale gang was difficult.”

The story begins with Pot smoking, rum drinking Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay) kicked out from jail days before the guard/inmate ball hockey final. The boys return to Sunnyvale trailer park to meet Bubbles (Mike Smith) and friends with a plan for The Big Dirty, the largest heist of their long criminal history: a dimwitted scheme to steal vast quantities of change – since it’s untraceable. 

The executive producer Ivan Reitman did not attend the party, but worked closely with Director Mike Clattenburg through the 8 months of script development and was also involved in the shooting of the film and the editing process. Clattenburg was surprised at how involved Ivan was, with his busy schedule getting ready to direct “My Super Ex-Girlfriend.”

“I really saw Ivan’s true genius over the long period I worked with him. The man is a legend for a reason. He really knew what he was doing and he works very hard.”

Trailer Park Boys: The Movie opens in theatres across Canada Friday October 6th 

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Front Page, Industry News

Trailer Park Boys celebrate feature film release at the Mod Club.

By: Staff Writer

This is the big time! With media and fans poised for their arrival the East Coast- Sunnyvale troublemakers arrive in ‘style’ pulling up to the red carpet in a camper van where it looks like the party had already began. The premier screening had taken place just prior at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Toronto. Then it was time to celebrate. 

Taking the stage first and mc for the evening J. Rock, who hypes the crowd, dropping his usual “dope rhymes,” and plug to pick up the trailer park boys soundtrack, later followed a performance of the films theme song “Trailer park Life.”

Rock and roll with lots of alcohol was the theme for these new movie stars. Local rock group Thornley played a full 40 minute set, Ricky and Julian get up later to scream into the mic, and Bubbles flaunts his charm and talent playing alongside RUSH guitar icon Alex Lifeson. 

“The film was a challenge right from the start, says Producer Michael Volpe. “Introducing a whole new cast of characters to an audience that knew absolutely nothing about the Trailer Park Boys without repeating ourselves with our hardcore audience who knew everything about our Sunnyvale gang was difficult.”

The story begins with Pot smoking, rum drinking Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay) kicked out from jail days before the guard/inmate ball hockey final. The boys return to Sunnyvale trailer park to meet Bubbles (Mike Smith) and friends with a plan for The Big Dirty, the largest heist of their long criminal history: a dimwitted scheme to steal vast quantities of change – since it’s untraceable. 

The executive producer Ivan Reitman did not attend the party, but worked closely with Director Mike Clattenburg through the 8 months of script development and was also involved in the shooting of the film and the editing process. Clattenburg was surprised at how involved Ivan was, with his busy schedule getting ready to direct “My Super Ex-Girlfriend.”

“I really saw Ivan’s true genius over the long period I worked with him. The man is a legend for a reason. He really knew what he was doing and he works very hard.”

Trailer Park Boys: The Movie opens in theatres across Canada Friday October 6th 

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Front Page, Industry News

Trailer Park Boys celebrate feature film release at the Mod Club.

By: Staff Writer

This is the big time! With media and fans poised for their arrival the East Coast- Sunnyvale troublemakers arrive in ‘style’ pulling up to the red carpet in a camper van where it looks like the party had already began. The premier screening had taken place just prior at the Paramount Theatre in downtown Toronto. Then it was time to celebrate. 

Taking the stage first and mc for the evening J. Rock, who hypes the crowd, dropping his usual “dope rhymes,” and plug to pick up the trailer park boys soundtrack, later followed a performance of the films theme song “Trailer park Life.”

Rock and roll with lots of alcohol was the theme for these new movie stars. Local rock group Thornley played a full 40 minute set, Ricky and Julian get up later to scream into the mic, and Bubbles flaunts his charm and talent playing alongside RUSH guitar icon Alex Lifeson. 

“The film was a challenge right from the start, says Producer Michael Volpe. “Introducing a whole new cast of characters to an audience that knew absolutely nothing about the Trailer Park Boys without repeating ourselves with our hardcore audience who knew everything about our Sunnyvale gang was difficult.”

The story begins with Pot smoking, rum drinking Ricky (Robb Wells) and Julian (John Paul Tremblay) kicked out from jail days before the guard/inmate ball hockey final. The boys return to Sunnyvale trailer park to meet Bubbles (Mike Smith) and friends with a plan for The Big Dirty, the largest heist of their long criminal history: a dimwitted scheme to steal vast quantities of change – since it’s untraceable. 

The executive producer Ivan Reitman did not attend the party, but worked closely with Director Mike Clattenburg through the 8 months of script development and was also involved in the shooting of the film and the editing process. Clattenburg was surprised at how involved Ivan was, with his busy schedule getting ready to direct “My Super Ex-Girlfriend.”

“I really saw Ivan’s true genius over the long period I worked with him. The man is a legend for a reason. He really knew what he was doing and he works very hard.”

Trailer Park Boys: The Movie opens in theatres across Canada Friday October 6th 

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