RUSH Music To Be Featured In 'Trailer Park Boys' Movie?

According to Toronto's Globe and Mail, Ivan Reitman, the man behind such blockbuster films as "Ghostbusters", is giving the "Trailer Park Boys" a chance to take their dope-smoking, foul-mouthed antics to feature-length proportions. A $5-million movie produced by a Hollywood veteran starts filming next month in Halifax, for release next spring. There will be a helicopter chase, possibly to the music of the RUSH song "A Passage to Bangkok". Characters Cory and Trevor will reportedly be listening to a lot of RUSH in the film.

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