Melissa McCarthy and Rose Byrne are set to make a sequel to Bridesmaids.
By Jessica Goudreault | Posted
If all the original and amazing R-rated comedy actresses Bridesmaids were interested in making a sequel, so they would definitely make another one, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Although there is nothing in production, several cast members, including Rose Byrne and Melissa McCarthy, have expressed interest in creating a Bridesmaid sequel or a whole new project together.
The hilarious and raunchy film features the perfect cast of female characters who aren’t afraid to hold anything back, bringing audiences to tears with their off-the-cuff jokes and subtle humor. The wonderful cast included Rose Byrne, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper as bridesmaids for Maya Rudolph’s upcoming wedding. Kristen Wiig plays Maya Rudolph’s character’s best friend and bridesmaid, but her attempt to impress the wedding party and upstage a new friend puts a strain on their friendship.
When Bridesmaids was released in 2011, it became the highest-grossing R-rated female comedy of all time, surpassing the previous best picture, sex and the city. It is also the most financially successful Judd Apatow-produced film, beating The 40-year-old virgin, knocked up, the funny people, And It’s 40. And besides, it’s one of the best films directed by Paul Feig, who also directed Heat, spy, and all feminine ghost hunters.
While Rose Byrne enjoyed her experience filming bridesmaids, calling it “magical” and “beloved”, and would be interested in a sequel, she thinks it would be hard to top the first film. From Bridesmaids finished so perfectly, it might be hard to create a sequel that doesn’t feel forced or out of place, which usually ends in a box office flop (like Zoolander 2 Or Shazam 2).
The little Mermaid star Melissa McCarthy agrees with Rose Byrne that Bridesmaids was a wonderful experience, saying, “that group of women was the most magical thing ever.” If given the opportunity, she would absolutely create a sequel to the female comedy. The actress played Megan, an overly talkative but passionate and caring friend who would happily tell anyone she just met about the time she took a hard, violent fall from a cruise ship and broke a lot. shit.
Kristen Wiig, who wrote Bridesmaids with Annie Mumolo, may feel different from her former co-stars. In 2014, she told Ellen DeGeneres there would be no sequel to the comedy, saying it ended just fine and didn’t need a sequel. However, now that it’s been over a decade since the first movie was released, maybe she could change her mind.
Bridesmaids has become a cult classic for men and women who enjoy sharing the movie’s endless quotes and memes. If you’ve never seen it or want to watch it for the twentieth time, you can find it on Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and several other streaming platforms. As for Bridesmaids 2, we’ll have to wait and see if all the lovely ladies will come together and create another amazing movie.