Last year, David Sandberg successfully crowdfunded his utterly ridiculous 1980s-inspired kung fu B-movie Kung Fury. Now, he’s apparently written a sequel.
The Swedish filmmaker posted a photo of the completed script to Instagram. “Today, Kung Fury turns 1… Today, the future is written… Stay tuned #happykungfuryday.”
Spanning 30 minutes, the original Kung Fury featured dinosaurs, vikings, an arcade game that transformed into a killing machine, and a cameo from David Hasselhoff. Sandberg himself played the film’s kung-fu protagonist, while The Lonely Island’s Jorma Taccone was cast as his arch nemesis, Adolf Hitler. After raising over $600,000 through a crowdfunding campaign, Sandberg premiered the film at Cannes. It was later posted to YouTube, where it amassed over 25 million views.