You know what this world needs? More Steve Guttenberg. It's not like we have enough bad movies each year. We need to reach for that level only Mahoney can deliver. But how can you bring back someone who hasn't be relevant since the 1980s? I know! Make sequels to former film franchises that were bad to begin with! Fortunately, only one person on Earth thinks this way, and that's Steve Guttenberg. But that's not stopping him from talking about it.
In an interview with WENN, Guttenberg revealed that Tom Selleck, Ted Danson and himself are getting the ol' band back together for... 3 Men and A Bride, a sequel to 1990's 3 Men and a Little Lady. Now, I know what you're thinking - finally, we can get some closure. But while that bad idea is apparently in motion (thanks Disney!), the man is not satisfied with a simple one-pic comeback. No, he won't rest until every movie we embarrassingly sat through during the Reagan-era is brought up to date. For those that still suffer brain damage from those films, that list includes Police Academy, Short Circuit, and Cocoon.
Damn. I guess the only thing that could make this worse is a self-aggrandizing, egotistical proclamation forecasting success “They’re surefire hits and I think they’re good for the world. They make the world a better place and that’s what it’s all about.” Well, I'm spent.
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