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The Inbetweeners On The Sequel

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Paul Hogan. Dr Karl Kennedy. Russell Crowe. Tim Cahill. We're sorry, we really are: The Inbetweeners are coming.

In what seems like minutes since we last saw them obliterate UK box office records for a live action comedy, the foul-mouthed foursome are back for a second cinematic outing, and this time they're headed Down Under (and yes, that joke is broached), taking their usual brand of hapless wit and frolics to a whole new continent.

So with Simon (Joe Thomas), Neil (Blake Harrison), Jay (James Buckley) and Will (Simon Bird) reuniting for one last outing (although they do tell us where they’d like to go if plans of a trilogy were ever green-lit), we sat down with the quartet to talk about the film.

Naturally, we also chat leg hair, dealing with fans in the middle of a desert, why Brit director Steve McQueen should hand over his Oscar, and a range of other subjects which wouldn't sound half as funny with anyone else.

AND CLICK HERE TO SEE THE GUYS PLAYING SEQUEL CHARADES

The Inbetweeners 2 is in cinemas nationwide now

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