25 years later and another short pin, the Happy brothers and sisters worked on a cult bowling comedy series Kingpin. As in Tigbangi reported, both Peter and Bobby Farrelly served as an executive producer for a project in the earliest stages of development.
Released in 1996, Kingpin starring Woody Harrelson as a bad bowler who loses his hand, Randy Quaid as an Amish pin prodigy, and Bill Murray as villain Ernie “Big Ern” McCracken. It was a modest financial success, though in Farrellys filmography it always had a disrespectful arrival, as it came to be met among blockbusters at the box office. Dumb and Dumber (1994) and There Is Something About Mary (1998).
Few details are known at this time, and it’s unclear whether the Farrellys plan to direct, write (the original comes from a script they had with Barry Fanaro and Mort Nathan), or just a single executive. But the brothers have also lived up to past successes in the past, such as 2014 that followed Dumb and Dumber To. Since then, Peter has won a couple of Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay for his writing work and directing in 2018’s Green Book.