Daddy's Home was a not-so-surprise hit for Paramount last year, generating $240m at the worldwide box office and...okay, maybe it didn't win over the critics (the film's currently sitting at a 32% on Rotten Tomatoes), but so what? $240m is nothing to sneeze at.
Which is why it should come as no surprise that Daddy's Home is getting a sequel. According to a report over on Deadline, the sequel will bring back stars Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, along with the first film's writer and director, John Morris and Sean Anders. No word yet on whether or not co-stars Linda Cardellini, Thomas Haden Church, and Hannibal Buress will return, but come on: you know they're all going to be back.
Also no word on the plot, but my guess is that Ferrell and Wahlberg will be compelled to team-up against a new interloping, would-be parental figure.
Did you guys see Daddy's Home? I saw it and I can barely remember anything about it.