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There is no question about it ... Cheech & Chong are comedy legends! The pot-smoking duo began their career as stand-up comics in the early '70s and gained attention for a string of popular comedy albums, which featured hit songs like "Basketball Jones." However, it was their feature film debut in '1978s Up In Smoke that made them icons to stoners all around the world. The two broke up in the mid '80s and with rumors of bad blood between the former friends; fans thought that they would never see they'd see the dynamic duo of dope together again. Chances started to look even slimmer in 2003 when Tommy was unjustly arrested and incarcerated for "conspiring to distribute drug paraphernalia," but upon his release in 2004 rumors started to fly about the two comedians finally reuniting. In 2008, the team publicly announced that they would be reuniting for an upcoming tour, titled »
We reported way back in November 2008 that The Weinstein Company was reuniting the classic comedy team of Cheech and Chong for a brand new concert film and now moviegoers can experience the film this April. The Weinstein Company announced today that Cheech and Chong's Hey Watch This will be released in theaters nationwide, fittingly on April 20.
The film will also be released on that same date on DVD, Blu-ray, video-on-demand (VOD) and digital download as well. Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong both star in the concert film, along with Shelby Chong. Both Cheech and Chong wrote the film and Christian Charles directed. Below you can find the synopsis for the film and the first one-sheet poster as well.
Cheech and Chong's Hey Watch This is is a feature film showcasing the duo's hugely successful reunion tour, Cheech & Chong: Light Up America, where they performed together for the first time in over 25 years. »
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