Dumb & Dumber To: Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels ride deer in first official picture
Still follows previous teaser pics
Dumb & Dumber To has released its first official image, seeing Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels back in the roles of Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne.
The pair sit atop a deer statue in the still, with Harry clutching a brown parcel and both giving trademark goofy grins.
It follows a couple of teaser pictures that came from the set last year, with Carrey first sharing a picture of Lloyd's chipped teeth in September.
An image of Carrey and Daniels on set then followed, with their dim-witted characters being pictured attempting to read then newly-released children's book How Roland Rolls.
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels on Dumb and Dumber To set
Despite their success in more serious roles in the 20 years following the first Dumb & Dumber, Daniels promised the sequel would be sillier than ever.
He even said the infamous toilet scene would be topped, teasing: "[It] pales in comparison and I can't divulge what, but just that they've topped it. [The] best thing about it? I get to work with a comedic genius."
Dumb & Dumber To is set for a November release date.
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