7 Days in Hell and Tour de Pharmacy are two of the funniest mockumentaries ever made, and their director, Jake Szymanski, has one other mockumentary on the best way within the type of John Bronco.
Walton Goggins (with various levels of facial hair) stars as John Bronco, a pitchman who rose to fame within the 1960s and, in 1966, was tapped by Ford as its racer on the Baja 500 in Mexico. His win — and his victory speech — vaulted him to even higher heights … till, instantly, he disappeared.
The movie charts Bronco’s rise and fall, and has launched an ARG ingredient on the web site johnbronco.com, which asks guests to notice any sightings of Bronco and unfold the phrase utilizing the hashtag #WhereIsJohnBronco.
John Bronco was conceived after Ford’s announcement that the Bronco, which was discontinued in 1996, could be brought back in 2021, and, following a pitch by Imagine Documentaries to Ford, was made with entry to Ford’s archives in addition to Ford’s assist in sourcing automobiles.
There’s no set launch date for the movie but, however in the mean time, benefit from the teaser trailer footage of Walton Goggins in a bunch of retro outfits, together with a number of the shortest shorts you’ve ever seen.