Its Official, the trio of actors who portray the Trailer Park Boys made a giant announcement today and it is that they have acquired and bought the rights to the Canadian comedy show franchise.
Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith who are better known as Ricky, Julian and Bubbles, secured the rights off of the show’s original producers Mike Clattenburg, Barrie Dunn and Mike Volpe which are all but done with it all.
The financial terms and legal matters of the deal have not been revealed yet but it does include the TV series, specials, the first of the two bockbuster films and all the TPB assets and intellectual properties.
The new season of Trailer Park Boys is ready and set to begin production very soon and will be available on SwearNet.com.
Flowers — as gifts or home decor — can add beauty and magic to our lives, but they often disappoint us within a week or two when they inevitably die. And none of us need more disappointment in 2020. Iruda Atelier, a Griffintown flower shop run by florist Iruda Kim, solves that problem by making bouquets out of "premium dried flowers," which are designed to last up to 24 months.
What's even more impressive is that Kim offers the option of putting the dried flowers in bubbles, which are unlike anything typically seen in Canada.
They're giving us major fairy-tale vibes. Remember Belle's enchanted glass-encased rose in Beauty and the Beast? Yeah. That.
Plus, you can also carry around them with you since the bubbles are more durable than typical balloons.
Basically, this is what would happen if a balloon and a bouquet of flowers had a baby. And wouldn't that be the ultimate present or decoration?