It's official! Vince Vaughn and Colin Farrell have been cast as two of the leads in "True Detective" for Season 2.
— HuffPostEnt (@HuffPostEnt) September 23, 2014
The announcement ended months of speculation and rumors about who would play the roles, and it also completely blew up Twitter.
Check out some of the best reactions from the Twittersphere below:
Some loved it ...
— tierney bricker (@tbrick2) September 23, 2014
— Chris Griggs (@MeChrisGriggs) September 23, 2014
YES! My dream has come true! Vince Vaughn just confirmed for #TrueDetectiveSeason2
— Ramy Zabarah (@ramyzab) September 23, 2014
I guess I'd watch "wedding crashers in bruges"
— Jessica Goodman (@jessgood) September 23, 2014
Vince Vaughn to “True Detective,” Jeffrey Tambor starring in “Transparent.” How soon before there’s a crossover? http://t.co/hih3D2rrAC
— Alan Sepinwall (@sepinwall) September 23, 2014
HBO knows #TrueDetective isn’t obligated to employ stars in need of career comebacks, right?
— Matt Jacobs (@tarantallegra) September 23, 2014
colin farrell :|
we want matthew backkkk #TrueDetectiveSeason2
— Cyanide (@aye_robot) September 23, 2014
So #TrueDetectiveSeason2 apparently signed Colin Farrell and will be filmed in LA. They need a quadruple McConaissance to pull this off.
— Brett Morris (@BrettsBrain) September 21, 2014
#TrueDetective S2: Proof you can overcome a sex tape AND Couple's Retreat.
— Damian Holbrook (@TVGMDamian) September 23, 2014
— Kevin Polowy (@djkevlar) September 23, 2014
Rust Cohle, Ray Velcoro. More #TrueDetectiveNames: Dirk Tape. Brent Steel. Cliff Iron. Max Nail. Gus Glue. Ned Stapler. Sven Paperclip.
— Mo Ryan (@moryan) September 23, 2014
— al (@antogold) September 23, 2014
Actually, most were just funny ...
— Liz Raftery (@LizRaftery_TVG) September 23, 2014
— Desmond (@thatdes) September 23, 2014
... Heh ... cats.Others kind of just sounded like Rust Cohle ...
Seriously, with few exceptions I don't get excited about casting notices, pro or con. The season will be good, or it won't. We'll see.
— James Poniewozik (@poniewozik) September 23, 2014
It's all just one giant gutter, man ...And some completely rocked our world ...
the yellow king pic.twitter.com/CByN0N7x3f
— Jon Eiseman (@Jon_Eiseman) September 23, 2014
What? You're telling us Peter La Fleur was the Yellow King this whole time? Mind. Blown.
Stay tuned, Twitter. HBO says "additional casting will be announced as it is confirmed."