Bread's Crumbs 4 Cast Updates
March 21, 2017
A fourth Bread's Crumbs film is indeed on its way, as the fourth (eleventh if you count the spin-offs) and final installment is due for release this June, with production expected to commence in May.
Since the film's confirmation, several details have been revealed about the film's returning cast members. Gabe Sagherian, Austin Brinser and Chris Lombardo are expected to reprise their longtime roles as John Bacchus, Flynt Coal and Vin Diesel, respectively. Alex Fanelli, who made his acting debut with Hit the Crib, will return as Kick, a character that had a larger role in last summer's Bread's Crumbs 3: Scrub Slam.
Various other actors from diffe***t parts of the series are confirmed to be reprising their roles for a final time. Zion Figueroa, who made his debut as Lord Tyresius in the second film and appeared in four of the series' ten installments, will make a return. Michael Robinson, who appeared as Sandy Sandler in The Biggest Fish of Them All in 2014 and Bread's Crumbs 2 in 2015, will return after a two year hiatus, having regained interest in the series. Michael did appear in the third film, although his cameo is hardly noticeable. Ross Lovell will return as Reginald Wellington, a supporting character from the second and third films, and Ryan Grier will return as Banny Passerini, the son of the villainous Biscuit Savage who made his debut in the third film. Today it was announced that Dan Brusilovsky will be returning as Rasputin, a major antihero in the third film who aimed to keep The Crumbs from everyone else - both heroes and villains.
Michael Robinson won't be the only person from the second film making a big comeback. Michael Beh***shauser, who had a minor role as The Paleman in the second film, will return as the character - this time serving as the film's main antagonist. Beh***shauser was previously set to return in the third film, although scheduling conflicts prevented this from happening. In the second film, The Paleman was asked by Biscuit Savage to assist him in his operation, but The Paleman remarked that he has other plans. Despite his absences in the past, The Paleman is out to wreak havoc in the fourth film.
Filming for Bread's Crumbs 4, which is cur***tly untitled, is set to begin this May, and will be released the following month. The film will be the first major installment without the series' creator, Ryan Bowman, who played one of the main protagonists, Captain Jumpa.