'Wedding Crashers 2' Is Coming, Prepare To Be Offended!

“Mom! The meatloaf!” Imagine all the vegetarians across the globe who were deeply offended at the preferred entrée of Chazz Reinhold in the 2005 blockbuster Wedding Crashers. Come to think of it, another segment of the population was likely equally or more offended that Chazz raised his voice when addressing his mother. Well, the woke mob is going to need an emotional support animal when they find out that Wedding Crashers 2 could start filming as soon as this summer.

Owen Wilson, one of the stars of the original, recently confirmed that the sequel may begin shooting as soon as this summer. Wilson told Yahoo Entertainment: “I don’t think it’s 100 percent yet, but they’re definitely talking about doing it (this summer).” Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Isla Fisher and Rachel McAdams, are amongst the motorboatin’ sonsabitches from the original cast who are returning for the sequel.

It’ll be interesting to see what direction the movie goes. If it’s anything like the first, and hopefully it is, cancel culture is going to lose their minds. Once Maryland residents find out this is in the works, they’ll be protesting that they’re about more than just crab cakes and football! The lower back tattoo crowd is surely to be offended when they’re reminded that their ink is commonly (and appropriately) referred to as a bull’s eye. Will elderly sailors take offense to be calling old sailors? The mere suggestion of perhaps playing a little game called ‘just the tip’ would send a 2021 college student into a panic that only a Java Chip Frappuccino could cure.

The R-rated romcom did provide us with a glimpse into the future way back in 2005 when Jeremy Grey, also known as “Baba Ganoush” exclaimed: “I’m a little too traumatized to have a scone!” If only Jeremy knew what the 2020s had in store…

Once Wedding Crashers 2 finally hits the big screen, you’ll likely have woke friends who refuse to watch it. When this inevitably happens, borrow a line from Baba Ganoush and tell them: “I’m not perfect, but who are we kidding, neither are you.”