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R.I.P.D. 2: Rise of the Damned gets a trailer

2013’s R.I.P.D. was one of the comic book movies that Ryan Reynolds did before Deadpool took off. It was the one that had Reynolds’ character dying and joining a supernatural police force alongside Jeff Bridges as gnarly old Wild West law man. It was a bit of fun, but forgettable and I did prefer the original comic.

However, it must have done okay as we now have a new film in the same universe. I had no idea this was a thing until the trailer popped.

R.I.P.D. 2: Rise of the Damned is more of a prequel as it focuses on the early days of Roy Pulsifer, the character played by Bridges in the original film. This time he is portrayed by Burn Notice’s Jeffrey Donovan and you can watch the first trailer below.

The Wild West has gone to Hell, literally, and the world’s best hope of being saved lies in the gun-slinging hands of Sheriff Roy Pulsipher (Jeffrey Donovan) as he becomes the newest officer for the Rest In Peace Department (RIPD) enforcing the afterlife’s laws. If the Old West was wild while he was alive, wait until Roy sees how weird it gets once he dies. Roy thought joining the RIPD would give him a chance to revisit his daughter and solve the mystery of his murder. Instead, he has his holsters full with havoc and hellfire when he’s given a mission to stop a dangerous demon from opening a portal to the underworld. The fate of the living and the dead now depends on Roy and his partner Jeanne (Penelope Mitchell), a mysterious swordswoman, as cowboys clash with creatures and undead insanity unleashes apocalyptic chaos.

You can also watch the first eight minutes of the film here.

The film hits Blu-ray and On Digital on 15th November 2022.

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