Kindergarten Cop 2 Trailer

Actor Dolph Lundgren heads back to school in the trailer for the Direct-to-DVD sequel Kindergarten Cop 2. View trailer below.

Assigned to recover sensitive stolen data, a gruff FBI agent (Dolph Lundgren) goes undercover as a kindergarten teacher, but the school’s liberal, politically correct environment is more than he bargained for.

Why, why, why, WHY? Why are they creating a Kindergarten Cop sequel? For what it was, the first one was could (I grew up watching it). I don’t see the reason why they needed to make another movie. The trailer looks like something “dated”, especially the trailer’s narration voiceover. Just like how Arnold did, Dolph Lundgren fits the part for the movie. Regardless if you think that this movie is a “bad” idea or a quick and shameless grab in from studio execs, I’ll probably rent a digital copy of the movie and do a review for you guys.

Kindergarten Cop 2 will be available on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand later this year on May 17, 2016


  • Family oriented and kid movie Kindergarten Cop 2 should be a great addition to the summer lineup. I am anticipating looking at this film with my grand kids without worry of content. I love Dolph Lundgren and Bill Bellamy. Much success to Universal for the release of this sequel.

    • Hey, there. Thanks for writing. I glad that you are looking forward to the movie. I’m sure it’s going to be “kid friendly” movie. I just think it should’ve come out back when the original movie came out.

      • You are welcome. There is just so much commentary about where is Arnold and that is not fair to the other actors that participated in this newest film release. Yes, they really should have done it far sooner than now. However it was a kid movie then and it is a kid movie now. It was not a hit that took a long time. They could have come out with just as many like Friday the 13’s or Halloween’s….Most of them were not a hit and they just keep them coming. I am sure that there are some surprises in this new film because the director does like to keep the best for last.

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