Harry and Lloyd are prepared to throw a few more shrimps on the Aspen barbie.
With rumors having run rampant for months regarding a Dumb and Dumber sequel, Jim Carrey confirmed that the project is definitely moving forward yesterday, posing a close up of his character's infamous chipped tooth on WhoSay.
The actor added as a caption: "GESS HUUZ BAK BICHEZ?"
After Warner Bros. dropped the sequel this summer, all hopes fan had of Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprising their beloved, idiotic roles seemed lost.
But even a million-to-one shot means there's a chance, right? Universal Pictures took over the film in June and Carrey expressed his enthusiasm for it during a screening of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone at at SXSW's opening night.
"I'm ready. There is a script. It's fun. Jeff and I are raring to go," he said at the time.
The original Dumb and Dumber was released in 1994 and grossed $300 million around the globe.