'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' stars didn't expect a hit

'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' Stars Didn't Expect a Hit
'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' Stars Didn't Expect a Hit

The stars of the British comedy "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" got together for a reunion.

NBC's Al Roker sat down with them and asked if they had any idea at the time the movie was going to be a classic. The group seemed a little unsure.

"Yes, yes, yes," the group answered jokingly.

"What was the discussion like?" Roker asked.

One actor quickly made it clear they were joking, saying, "Oh, no! No we didn't!"

"Oh, the answer is no," another said.

Well, regardless, it definitely became a film legend and made millions.

They said it was a tough movie to make because their budget was only $400,000. Even 40 years ago, that wasn't much.

This NBC reunion isn't the group's first get-together. All five of them performed in a live stage production in 2014.

The final show was in July 2014 when they gave an "emotional farewell."

Ahead of their most recent reunion, they appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" Thursday night, and the audience got a surprise.

"Everyone! Everyone has tickets to go see Monty Python," Fallon said.

They also gifted Fallon with a coconut.

For those not in on the joke, coconuts were clapped together in the movie to make the sound of a horse trotting.

"Monty Python and the Holy Grail" will screen at the Beacon Theatre in New York on Friday. The group says they hope the audience leaves laughing.

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