Hot Tub Time Machine 2: Steve Pink’s Sequel to the 2010 Cult Item without John Cusack

Paramount Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer have teamed up on Hot Tub Time Machine 2, which brings back many of the major players from the 2010 cult comedy, save for John Cusack.

The original picture did $50.3 million domestically and was a bigger success on DVD and home-entertainment platforms.

“Hot Tub Time Machine 2” should attract males and fans of gross-out comedy. The latest film rolls out at 2,800 venues, where it should bring in $13 million, a healthy result for a picture that cost $14 million to produce.

Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Adam Scott star in the film, which was directed by Steve Pink, who oversaw the first film.