A “Kung Fury” Sequel Is In The Works

Last year’s English-language Swedish martial arts action comedy short film “Kung Fury” was a smash hit. A solid Kickstarter campaign which made over three times its sought after $200,000 budget delivered a 1980s cop film-inspired half-hour work that was made available all over the place online by creator David Sandberg.

To celebrate the short’s one year anniversary, Sandberg confirmed on social media that a sequel is on the way with a shot of the script and the hero’s now-iconic bandana wrapped around it. No news on whether the project will be crowdfunded again at this time or a potential date either of production or release.

The first film had the eponymous hero battling arcade-robots, dinosaurs, nazis, vikings, norse gods, mutants and Hitler, so who knows what he’ll take on in the follow-up.

Today, Kung Fury turns 1… Today, the future is written… Stay tuned #happykungfuryday

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