Final Whitest Kids U’ Know Project in Production, Trevor Moore Completed Work Before Death
Cult parody group Whitest Kids U’ Know is maybe most popular for their IFC sketch series which generated famous portrayals like The Study hall Play and the John Wilkes Stall sketch. Their work hasn’t been restricted just to TV though, previously creating the feature film The Nationwide conflict on Drugs, and with troupe individuals Trevor Moore and Zach Cregger collaborating on the 2009 satire Miss Walk also. The group reunited in a unique manner in 2020 with a cooperative Jerk channel, but sadly, Moore died in August of 2021. Before his death though, the final Whitest Kids U’ Know project had begun work and according to Cregger is headed to being completed.
Set to be an enlivened film named Mars, Cregger uncovered to Assortment that the film is being produced independently and that Moore had the option to record all of his exchange preceding his passing. “Before Trevor passed on, we recorded the entirety of his discourse, and we’ve crowdfunded the budget for this film. It’s like $300,000, somewhat more. Furthermore, we’re currently making it, I think we’re going to envelop it with about a month or so and I think it’s great….It’s about a couple of extremely rich people’s competition to put a city on Mars. That is the kind of line that we like to hit, where it’s like, okay, we’re not talking about Elon Musk, we’re not talking about..any of these guys, but we’re going to discuss this. What’s going on in the public eye right presently resembles this multitude of rich guys are about to begin colonizing the moon because we think that is as yet going to be an issue a long time from now.”
Cregger additionally offered an update to aficionados of the group that after Mars is completed it will probably be the last thing done by the Whitest Kids U’ Know, under that particular name. “Without Trevor, there’s no Whitest Kids,” the producer added. “So this will be our final thing and I’m truly proud of putting it out there and I’m truly blissful.”
Though not done in conjunction with his different colleagues, Cregger as of late found success with the thriller Brute, which he composed and coordinated