'Kindergarten Cop 2' is now filming with Dolph Lundgren in the leading role.
25 years after Arnold Schwarzenegger brought undercover cop/kindergarten teacher John Kimble to life in Ivan Reitman's comedy 'Kindergarten Cop,' another 'Expendables' star is apparently filling his big shoes for teh sequel.
Behind-the-scenes photos of Dolph Lundgren on the set of Don Michael Paul's 'Kindergarten Cop 2' have been sweeping across the internet today, providing strong evidence that the 'Kindergarten Cop' reboot is actually happening.
Currently filming in Vancouver, the sequel was written by David H. Steinberg (American Pie)
and, according to reports, the plot of the movie goes something like this:
The new Kindergarten Cop (Lundgren) and his Indian sidekick Sanjit are tracking down a flash drive that’s gone missing from the Federal Witness Protection Program. As you might have guessed, it somehow finds its way into a kindergarten class. As you also might have guessed, this predicament allows Lundgren to take on the guise of an elementary school teacher, schmooze a lady teacher down the hall, and defeat scores of Albanian bad guys.
The comedy is due out sometime next year and we will hopefully be hearing official news in the next few weeks. While this sequel may never see the light of day in movie theaters, there's a good chance it will hit Netflix and other streaming outlets soon.