The Farrelly Brothers Get More 'Dumb & Dumber'

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Get ready for the further adventures of Harry and Lloyd!

So what do you do after you've finally gotten your dream project out of the way? Apparently, you go back to your roots. Now that the Farrelly Brothers have wrapped their longtime pet project, "The Three Stooges," they've got their eye on another chapter in the saga of "Dumb & Dumber," according to Deadline.

"Dumb & Dumber," released in 1994, was the Farrellys' very first feature, chronicling the various misadventures of two lovable morons, Lloyd Christmas (Jim Carrey) and Harry Dunne (Jeff Daniels, who proved he could hold his own against Carrey in the comedy department -- and, in some ways, delivered the funnier performance).

New Line released a prequel in 2003, "Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd," starring lookalike younger actors, and that's the last time we're ever going to mention that.

Sean Anders and Jim Morris, who recently co-wrote the Anders-directed "Sex Drive" and co-directed the upcoming Adam Sandler comedy, "I Hate You Dad," have been hired to write the script. Peter and Bobby Farrelly intend the "Dumb & Dumber" sequel to be their next directing project.

Carrey and Daniels haven't officially signed on, but we're sure they will very soon and without incident. It would be... well, pretty "Dumb" of them not too.

Stay tuned for all the "Dumb" details. In the meantime, get ready for "The Three Stooges," which will stumble into theaters on April 4, 2012.