Filming has officially wrapped on Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland, meaning fans are even closer to seeing how the story of some of their favorite raunchy football players concludes.
The film, which was partially funded through a Kickstarter campaign earlier this year has officially wrapped filming in Wilmington, N.C., meaning that once editing is finished, the highly anticipated film will hit theaters.
The cast, including Darin Brooks and Alan Ritchson, took to social media to inform fans that they had finished shooting, meaning that the film should be opening in theaters very soon.
That's a wrap @BMSTheMovie! SO MUCH FUN, the best cast & crew, such dedication & hard work, love you all! BLUE MOUNTAIN STATE COMIN IN 2015!
— Darin Brooks (@THEEdarinbrooks) December 15, 2014
"That a wrap @BMSTheMovie! SO MUCH FUN, the best cast & crew, such dedication & hard work, love you all! BLUE MOUNTAIN STATE COMIN IN 2015!" Brooks tweeted Dec. 15. He also shared the news on Instagram with a photo showing himself holding the director's clapboard.
Well that's a wrap on @bmsthemovie!!! Awesome cast & crew, amazing dedication & hard work, SOO FUN!!! Who's gonna come see it?! BLUE MOUNTAIN STATE MOVIE COMING SEPT 2015!!! W/ @kellylkruger @jimprov @aritchson @iamromanski @ericfalconer A photo posted by Darin Brooks (@theedarinbrooks) on Dec 12, 2014 at 11:00am PST
Ritchson also shared the news on Twitter, and informed fans that it might take a few months to edit the film, but it was definitely on its way.
I never thought I'd live to see this day, but it's last day of filming #BMSTheRiseofThadland. After today, we start edit for a few months. — Alan Ritchson (@alanritchson) December 14, 2014
"I never thought I'd live to see this day, but it's last day of filming #BMSTheRideofThadland. After today, we start edit for a few months," he wrote.
James Cade also spoke about the movie on Twitter, telling his fellow cast and crew members that he already missed working with them again.
— James Cade (@TinyAmazing) December 16, 2014
#bmsthemovie is over and I'm already missing everyone. Thank you to the small army that made shooting so fun. Thank you North Carolina," he wrote before adding "@OmariAkilNewton @robramsay77 @alanritchson @THEEdarinbrooks @iamromanski @Eric_Falconer @frankieshawisag too many countless more to thank."
The film earned nearly $2 million through the Kickstarter fundraiser, and is expected to pick up where the original Spike TV series, Blue Mountain State, left off after it was pulled from the network following a three-year run.
The exact plot of the film has not yet been revealed, but is expected to continue the story of Thad (Alan Ritchson), Alex (Darin Brooks), and Sammy's (Romanski) senior year of college at the country's fictional top football school.
The movie is also supposed to star other familiar faces that appeared on the TV show, including Denise Richards, Frances Shaw, Kelly Kruger, Sam Jones III and Ed Marinaro.
Blue Mountain State: The Rise of Thadland is expected to open in theaters in Spring 2015.