7 Days in Hell and Trip de Drug store are 2 of the funniest mockumentaries ever made, and their director, Jake Szymanski, has another mockumentary on the way in the type of John Bronco.
Walton Goggins (with differing degrees of facial hair) stars as John Bronco, a pitchman who increased to popularity in the 1960 s and, in 1966, was tapped by Ford as its racer at the Baja 500 in Mexico. His win– and his triumph speech– rose him to even higher heights … up until, unexpectedly, he vanished.
The movie charts Bronco’s rise and fall, and has actually introduced an ARG component at the website johnbronco.com, which asks visitors to keep in mind any sightings of Bronco and spread the word using the hashtag #WhereIsJohnBronco.
John Bronco was developed after Ford’s announcement that the Bronco, which was ceased in 1996, would be brought back in 2021, and, following a pitch by Envision Documentaries to Ford, was made with access to Ford’s archives along with Ford’s help in sourcing vehicles.
There’s no set release date for the movie yet, however in the on the other hand, enjoy the teaser trailer video footage of Walton Goggins in a lot of retro outfits, consisting of some of the fastest shorts you have actually ever seen.