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Beavis and Butt-head return after 10 years with a feature film
June 3, 2022

Beavis and Butt-head return after 10 years with a feature film

The legendary animated series starring the two slackers born from the mind of Mike Judge is ready to return with a brand new movie. Below the first trailer.
Broadcast on Mtv since 1993, the series, dedicated to an adult audience, featured two slacker boys and their everyday life made up of stupidity, indifference and cynicism, which led them to seek fun in business often frivolous and dangerous, with serious consequences for them and for others.

After 10 years of absence since their last appearance, Paramount has now scheduled a new film titled Beavis and Butt-head Do the Universe which will be broadcast exclusively on all territories covered by its streaming service, Paramount+, on June 23.

For the occasion, the platform will also make available the over 200 episodes of the original series in a remastered version, with a new season still in preparation which should be released within the year.

The film begins when Beavis and Butt-Head wind up at space camp through "creative sentencing" from a juvenile court judge in 1998. Mistaking a docking simulator for something else (huh huh), Beavis and Butt-Head excel at it and are asked to join the space shuttle mission. After ruining the mission, they are left for dead in space and end up going through a black hole and reemerging back on Earth in 2022, only to discover a very different world - and find themselves considered Buttholes of Interest by the NSA, the governor of Texas, and a highly intelligent version of themselves from a parallel universe. Also they almost lose their virginity, but don't.

Animated by Titmouse, here the first trailer:

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