Steve Coogan and John C Reilly bring Laurel and Hardy back since they believe the comedy legends have plenty to bring and that these characters are still relevant today. Stan and Ollie intend to provide thousands of fans with the opportunity reunite with Laurel and Hardy, that was most popular during the 1930’s.

Laurel and Hardy Film

The language used is dialed back accordingly to the current PG, and the humour touches subjects such as suspicious employment contracts, alimony payments and lovers of the comedy twins are bound to laugh away on the current day stresses once the two appears on the screen. This time the backstage perspective triangulated by Reilly and Coogan’s actor insights, note-perfect mimicry with some astonishing prosthetic added to the mix. The film is set during the final tour of Ireland and Britain back in 1953 when the popular appeal of Laurel and Hardy was waning, and at the same time, their friendship was not as strong. At the time the two comedy legends wherein, their sixties.

Laurel’s Shoes Not Easy to Fill

Thanks to Jeff Pope, Coogan was the one to fill Laurel’s shoes after the co-writer mentioned that he was busy with the script for Laurel and Hardy. At the time Coogan had too much pride to directly ask for a shot at the part, although he did tell many of his friends that he would love the part and how much he admired the double-act and word got to Pope, which made Coogan’s wish a reality.

Reilly Talks About the Scenes

Reilly says he could not help but break down during filming as the stuff written more than sixty years ago is as funny as it was then and with the exceptional and delicate humour timing, you could not help but feel the joy of being part of something this special. He says it might look like they all are having a great time, although it was actually hard work keeping a straight face.

Previous Laurel and Hardy Films

The comedy team appeared in 106 Laurel, and Hardy films, which were released from 1921 up to around 1951 and these included around 34 silent short films, 45 short films with sound and 27 of the films had sound and was full-length feature films.

Laurel and Hardy Film Stan & Ollie

Many films right now are aimed at grabbing the attention of moviegoers, these include musical extravaganzas and superhero spectacles, although the late-career documentary of Laurel and Hardy is simply terrific and according to critics a very smartly told tale bound to be loved by old and new fans. The film offers brilliant performances, a remarkably moving script and director Jon S Baird focuses on the comic duo, sixteen years after their prime when the world thought they had retired to enjoy their fame and riches. The Sony Picture Classic offers 97 minutes of highly enjoyable entertainment and focuses on the last chapter of the Laurel and Hardy.