New Beavis and Butt-Head Movie May Be Coming Soon Teases Creator Mike Judge

We may not have seen yet the last of America's favorite losers, as Beavis and Butt-head the creator Mike Judge teases by bringing them back to a new movie. Speaking to WarnerMedia's party for the Television Critics Association, the judge was questioned about the status of a possible Beavis Revival and Butt-head while he was laughing at his desire to return to the series. Now, the judge says that Paramount is apparently interested in a follow-up film Beavis and Do Buthead Head, Do America and, better still, he already has an idea in mind for Beavis and Butt Head. 2 . "They seem to be always interested in this," said the judge. "I have some ideas, I think it should be relevant today, I think I might have found a way to do it."

Beavis and Butthead was first created on the MTV network in 1993, becoming an instant success. The animated series follows the misadventures of two disturbing teenagers who do not seem to stop laughing, no matter how serious their situation. Each episode also featured the boys making fun of real clips from several artists. Although controversial, the series was very entertaining and remained on MTV until 1997, when Mike Judge left in pursuit of King of the Hill . His association with the film, Beavis and Butt-Head, Do America was also a success, garnering more than $ 63 million on a $ 12 million budget.

In 2011, Beavis and Butt-head made their comeback to MTV with a whole new season, to the delight of his biggest fans. Perhaps the most significant change from the original format was the replacement of video clips with clips of network-specific reality shows such as Jersey Shore and True Life . Perhaps the gradual removal of music on MTV meant that the network was no longer the best home for classic cartoons because the ratings were not high enough to allow for order more episodes. However, since then, Judge teases a possible awakening elsewhere, and it seems logical that the big screen is the next step for the hilarious couple.

Still in the interview, the judge spoke of the possibility of a King of the Hill rebirth, although the prospects are not so good. After starting for the first time in 1997 and airing for 13 seasons, King of the Hill ended its run in 2010, but many fans still hope for a rebirth. "I did not really check that," the judge answered, asking the Hill family to return to television. Nevertheless, as the series finds a new audience on its streaming site in Hulu, hope remains that the judge will one day have the opportunity to review Arlen, Texas. "It seems like a lot of people find it on Hulu now, so yes, you never know," added the judge.

The judge enjoyed great success in movies and television in the years following Beavis and Butt-head's original release but for many longtime fans of series, nothing beats the animated classic. If we are lucky, Judge's new idea of ​​bringing back the dimwitted duo will bring us new adventures with Beavis and Butt-head. This information comes to us from /Film.

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