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TORONTO -- The Trailer Park Boys are heading back to the big screen.
Ricky, Julian and Bubbles are up to fresh antics in Trailer Park Boys 3: Don't Legalize It.
The film's distributor Entertainment One says the comedy is slated to hit theatres April 18.
This time, the trio are out of jail and broke, forcing Julian to concoct "an outrageously greasy scheme" to get rich while Ricky's dope-growing business is threatened by Ottawa's plan to legalize marijuana.
Meanwhile, Bubbles is on his own quest to claim an inheritance left to him by his long-lost parents.
Trailer Park Boys 3 is directed by Mike Clattenburg and produced by Michael Volpe and Barrie Dunn.
On receiving news of the official release date, Bubbles said in a release: "Time to gear down on the liquor and ramp it up on the dope."
-- The Canadian Press