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'Joe Dirt 2' is Happening & Here's David Spade Back on Set!

'Joe Dirt 2' is Happening & Here's David Spade Back on Set!

David Spade gets into character in his legendary mullet wig on the set of Joe Dirt 2 on Tuesday afternoon (December 2) in New Orleans, LA.

The 50-year-old actor rocked a baseball cap that read “Anti-Hero” while he filmed a couple of scenes solo.

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Fans of the first movie will be delighted to see that Joe Dirt and Brandy are still together — at least for part of the film.

“Joe and brandy at work. #Joedirt2 @iambdaniel,” David captured the adorable photo of himself and Brittany Daniel.

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  • URCrankyHighness

    Seriously? How does this little cockroach keeping getting acting gigs? He’s not remotely funny or talented. David Spade and Neil Patrick Harris are two of the most overrated people in Hollywood. It’s as if they are a social experiment conducted by a research group to see how gullible the audience can be into turning the most talentless, monotone, homely men into stars. Mission accomplished. There’s an audience for everyone. Even those who have the most basic, elementary–blah–taste in comedy.

  • Sprite

    you gotta look at hemi’s with chrome moly rings, well like in the states and admired as well said ‘valiant’ to own this type vehicle 426 wedge or 440 magnum. Then there’s cosworth pistons, billet racing engines, some fancy Ferrari pistons a few years ago, yet the piston cup goes on and turbos have an advantage.
    Having said that a Chrysler Regal was the car for this size motor here, apart from putting ford motors into Jaguars.