13 Behind-the-Scenes Facts about Team America: World Police

13 Behind-the-Scenes Facts about Team America: World Police

Have you ever seen Team America: World Police? If so, did you know that the movie was actually based on a true story?

We all know the movie Team America: World Police is a satirical puppet show featuring a team of American heroes who fight terrorism and obliviously promote capitalism. But did you know that its creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, were inspired by actual events? The film is a tribute to the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces and their never-ending fight against terrorism.

Roger Ebert called Matt Parker and Trey Stone’s Team America: World Police an equal-opportunity offender (and didn’t necessarily mean it as a compliment). In this article, we're going to take a look at some of the behind-the-scenes facts about the making of Team America: World Police. We'll also discuss how the movie was controversial upon its release and why it became so popular in later years. So, if you're interested in learning, go behind the scenes with these 13 facts about the outrageous and outraging comedy.

BEHIND-THE-SCENESFACTS Stone & Parker don't actually hate CELEBRITIES COMING INTERNATION PEA TEAM AMERICA GRACKED.COM This isn't SO much a statement on who  are as people, but it's the idea that they know everything about everything, says Stone. You're actually trying to figure out what's going on in the world, and then all of a sudden, on your TV news show is Janeane Garofalo.


BEHIND-THE-SCENESFACTS The film parodied all things BRUCKHEIMER CRACKED.COM One early concept was doing a puppet-version of Day After Tomorrow, but that was a legal nightmare. Instead, the movie became a parody of over-the-top, jingoistic blockbusters. Jerry Bruckheimer, not Kim Jong-II, is the real target.



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