Beavis and Butt-Head will return as old bugs in a new movie in 2022

“Beavis and Butt-head” is an MTV cartoon from the 90s about two not-so-bright guys who watched and commented on music videos and tried to score ladies. Only the first one came out – and so much that the series became a cult. Including year the hit from decades ago will have a film continuation. Creator Mike Judge has shared art that suggests the guys are grown up but have matured?
“Beavis and Butt-Head” together with “The Simpsons” paved the way for adult animations, which are triumphant to this day. “Rick and Morty”, “Bojack Horseman” or of course “South Park” would probably not have been created if someone had not dared to direct the cartoons to an older audience.While “The Simpsons” presented a brilliant, often abstract (and prophetic) satire on society, “Beavis and Butt-head” in its criticism used lewd and sexist humor, which for many viewers was impossible to overcome.

“Beavis and Butt-Head” mocked the Americans with its mysterious humor, but also revealed new music videos to Poles

Now Netflix viewers Big Mouth is outraged by endless jokes about masturbation, but Beavis and Butt-head were already doing it three decades ago. I perfectly remember how I almost fell off the couch while they were watching Tol’s music video for the song Sober.

The clip was dark, disturbing (as befits this band) and completely uncomfortable. At some point, the guy straight from the horror movie starts waving his hand very quickly. Butt-head’s eyes widened and he blurted out that if he could do that, he would never leave the house.

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That was what this series was like. A sense of humor that is practically associated with one, but aren’t such jokes reigning in drinking with buddies? Beavis and Butt-Head were as much television warped as we all were. It’s good that they did not have access to the Internet at the time.

“Beavis and Butt-head” reminds me not only of the series but also of the song Cher, which I was torturing on my Walkman. Now I’m older and if I watched “Beavis and Butt-head” for the first time, it probably wouldn’t make such an impression on me (although I laugh at Big Mouth, but this one is more intense – just like the present times), because even some series of memes are of a much higher level.

This convention could be found in the 21st century. I can already imagine how the guys comment on YouTubers’ dramas or dancing Tiktokers. all in all, that hasn’t changed much in pop culture. Except MTV doesn’t play music videos anymore, and certainly not those from Tol. But would some television play it? Even Youtube could be banning bad bullets. Below we find a fresh fan sample, but it’s not as fun as it used to be.

Beavis and Butt-head will return in 2022. Mike Judge showed what they will look like.

Already in 1996, the cartoon had the movie “Beavis and Butt-head count America”. Later, Mike Judge gave us “Idiocracy” and also co-founded “King of the Hill” (“Bobby versus wapniaki” in Polish …) and “Silicon Valley”. Now he wants to come back in a big way.

On Twitter, he added two concept art from an upcoming movie that will apparently be here and now. We see a butthead with bends, abdomen and slug, and a wrinkled Beavis with glasses. The director announces that “something else” will also appear Paramount + (so far not available in Poland).

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Will the new film be a bitter tragicomedy in the style of “Bojack Horseman” about an existential crisis, or will it tell about people who do not fit into the present day, such as “Cobra Kai”? Judge must go in this direction, because the old form of middle school humor in front of the TV today would be anachronistic and not very original in the era of commentary channels. But I may be wrong. We will find out about it later this year.

The new movie “Beavis and Butt-head” will be released in 2022 on Paramount +.

 

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