The Dukes of Hazzard Pictures

Warner Bros. Pictures have provided MovieWeb with 47 new photos from the upcoming big screen adaptation of that good 'ol TV series, The Dukes of Hazzard,

Set to hit theaters on August 5th, the movie stars Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Jessica Simpson, Burt Reynolds, Willie Nelson, Lynda Carter, M.C. Gainey, Michael Weston and Nikki Griffin.

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Fun-lovin’, fast-drivin’, good ol’ boy cousins Bo (SEANN WILLIAM SCOTT) and Luke (JOHNNY KNOXVILLE) Duke are back on the road and up to no good, along with their cousin Daisy Duke (JESSICA SIMPSON), proud owner of the shortest shorts in the South. Hazzard County boasts some of the most axel-busting back roads, hair-raising moonshine, and best-looking farm girls in all of Georgia -- and the Duke boys enjoy all three. Frequently.

The Duke family’s business is moonshine, and the boys’ Uncle Jesse (WILLIE NELSON) concocts the tastiest brew in Dixie. More often than not, the boys find themselves on the wrong side of the law as they race to make their deliveries, leading the sheriff’s department on some truly wild goose chases in their infamous orange Dodge Charger, the General Lee.

After a long day on the job, there’s nothing like relaxing with an ice cold beer at Hazzard County’s finest drinking establishment, The Boar’s Nest, where Daisy waits tables. From time to time, an out-of-towner makes the mistake of getting a little too familiar with the most beautiful girl in Hazzard County. They quickly find out (the hard way) that Daisy isn’t just a pretty face -- she kicks ass like a Duke, and with Bo and Luke in the mix, that usually means a good old-fashioned knock-down, drag-out bar brawl.

But it’s not all moonshine and farm girls these days -- when Bo and Luke discover evidence that their neighbors’ properties are being unlawfully seized by crooked commissioner Boss Hogg (BURT REYNOLDS), their only chance to protect their hometown is to put the pedal to the metal in a last-ditch scheme to save Hazzard County.