Variety has recently reported that the sequel to the 2007 ensemble comedy Wild Hogs, Wild Hogs 2: Bachelor Ride has been scrapped by the studio. According to the article, the script has been written and the film set to begin shooting by summer, but no formal contracts with the actors were in play.
This is the third film on the Disney slate axed by the former Disney Channel champion Rich Ross since he has taken over the position of Studios President, the first being the Disney originated remake of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea and the later victim, Wedding Banned starring Robin Williams, which was dropped by the studios but could find bliss elsewhere.
The good news is that it appears Miley Cyrus will likely be churning them out for a while. After the adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ The Last Song, Miley will begin work on Wings (not to mention another season of Hannah Montana). The Studios also recently announced work has begun on a new film based on the Disney classic The Black Hole.