For season 5 of Rick and Morty, another promo sees the acclaimed Adult Swim series channel the clique most loved activity thrill ride Hobo With a Shotgun. Coordinated by Jason Eisener, the Rutger Hauer-featuring film previously discovered life as one of the phony trailers remembered for Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino’s Grindhouse twofold element. The story fixates on the nominal vigilante showing up in the city of Hope Town and choosing for careful fierce equity on its warped cops, pedophile Santas, and wrongdoing lord administering over the town.
A couple of days after the most recent scene showed up for the series, another claymation promo for Rick and Morty (by means of Swimpedia) was revealed. The video sees the characters of the Adult Swim series envisioned in the realm of Hobo With a Shotgun, with Rick going about as the nominal vigilante. Look at the inventive new promo underneath:
Since its return, Adult Swim has conveyed a few hybrid claymation promotions for Rick and Morty, and they’ve been getting progressively more innovative. Starting with any semblance of Studio Ghibli’s My Neighbor Totoro and Godzilla versus Kong, the nominal multiverse couple have been slamming into standard titles. The new promo hybrids with Hobo and Ari Aster’s Hereditary have demonstrated to be a seriously fascinating spotlight for the independent movie world. While it would have been amusing to see a portion of these hybrids and praises become animated in the series as much as the promotions, the recordings have regardless demonstrated a successful showcasing plan for keeping the publicity alive for season 5.
However these may not become animated, Rick and Morty is surely not easing back down on its tributes to fan-most loved movies any time soon. With everything from the Training Day/Stand by Me-roused “Ricklantis Mixup” of season 3 to the approaching Hellraiser spoof this season, the authors’ room will keep on conveying gestures for both theirs and watchers’ most darling motion pictures. Season 5 of the Emmy-winning series returns on Sunday.