El Presidente here, reporting from inside a lead box in the middle of the desert. Why? I can't have the United States government tracking my phone calls, comrades! They'll steal all my juicy Hollywood gossip scoops!
We all know that my website, CubanoReview.com, is the number one Latino-themed source of hot movie news and rumors, and that's why I'm bringing you this great news from the upcoming Hot Tub Time Machine sequel. It seems that Gillain Jacobs, star of the cult favorite Community, will be joining fellow Community star Chevy Chase, who is reprising his role as the repair man for the film! Chase left Community during filming of the fourth season, though the show has been renewed for a fifth. This scoop comes from Ain't It Cool News, which used a Hot Tub Time Machine to travel back to 1997 and design their website.
Comrades, I'm so happy to hear that Gillian and Chevy will be working together again. I always regretted never getting to work with my little buddy Che Guevara after he went off to start the revolution in Bolivia. Whatever happened to that guy?
Of course, we know that Chase left Community on bad terms, but there's nothing to indicate that he and Jacobs have any bad blood between them. Reportedly, Chase has only quit the movie twice this morning, which is a low number for him, and a sign that he is getting along well with the cast and crew.
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 does not have a release date yet. Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson, and Clark Duke will be reprising their roles, but John Cusack is not returning. Instead, Parks and Rec star Adam Scott will play his character's son, leading to rumors that the time machine will be used to travel to the future.
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