Unless one is dealing with some sort of ultra-sensitive specialty film, two years is really not that old for film. I often use film that is five years or older, and I can't tell any difference of results when compared to fresh film. And why should getting it processed be a problem? Although not on every street corner as it once used to be, there are still many processing labs around.
Heat is the enemy. If kept cool, it can last a long time.
As for processing it, only Kodachrome is impossible to get processed properly (although some labs will soup it to black-and-white). All E6, C41, and black-and-white films can be processed.