If "Zoolander" can score a sequel after all these years, it seems only fair that the 2001 David Spade vehicle "Joe Dirt" should do the same.
Oh, sure, "Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser" didn't land a theatrical release -- it's headed to the streaming service Crackle -- but as you can see from this teaser trailer, the comedy still boasts a formidable cast: returning actors Christopher Walken, Brittany Daniel, Dennis Miller and Adam Beach, joined by the likes of Mark McGrath and Patrick Warburton.
If you're wondering why Spade and co-writer/director Fred Wolf are returning to "Joe Dirt" after all these years, the answer is simple.
“I’ve always liked the movie a lot,” Spade tells EW.com. “But I also go by feedback from people I see or [what they write] on Twitter and Instagram. Besides 'Tommy Boy,' this is the most talked-about movie for me. After 10 years of people still asking about a sequel, we finally found a good way to do it. ... Joe is a fun character to play. I’m stoked for everyone to see it.”
"Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser" premieres this summer on Crackle.