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A Full House Movie: Yay or Nay?


It's not official, but John Stamos recently revealed that he's conceptualizing a Full House feature film — "but it wouldn't be us playing us." So who would be playing the men in this beloved '90s family? I know you've weighed in on a Full House recast before, but here are Stamos's suggestions:

Jesse Katsopolis — James Franco
Danny Tanner — Steve Carell
Joey Gladstone — Tracy Morgan

Stamos added, "'I'm not 100% sure, but it would probably take place in the first few years' of the 1987-95 series."

Could you see this working? Would you want a Full House movie?

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Kandice2426487 Kandice2426487 3 years
i love full house, i own every season! i was searching to see if they had made any videos an all i could find was this. i think its a good idea bt i really wish thy had made one with the orignal characters. sad thy didnt bt im willing to watch this one, hopefully the orginal stars are there during the production to help out tht might make it betterrrr. anyways, ill give it a try lol.
cheekyredhead cheekyredhead 6 years
My answer is WHY? I admit I watched the show when nothing else was on and looked at Stamos like I was a female wolf in heat---but when he'd open his mouth I was like "never mind" this dude is pretty but a bit too sappy. The show was campy...syrupy...and just a bit too unrealistic. If they made a comeback will they reveal someone was divorced because Daddy couldn't make enough money pretending to be Elvis==or never grew up...and the other single male was gay, relationship-challenged, or ran off to join the circus? Did any of the girls go get knocked-up and not finish college, became addicted to drugs, or married an abusive man? Did "Dad" ever remarry--and if so to a controlling shrew, gold-digger, or some homely but bubbly tupperware dealer? Did any of them lose their job, then their home?----oh yeah they all stayed together---which was sort of weird....so did they ever become self-reliant? See...my point is that the original show was an idealistic view of life: sort of the soap opera for syrup-addicted relationship dreamers. There was very little "real" factors present in that show. It was a dose of "feel" good hope. Three single men with children. One a widow and the other two doting uncles. Where was the episodes of the uncles sneaking women in the back door from a night at a club? Or those awkward moments when kids were faced with half naked strange women in the bathroom, drunk uncles, dirty laundry that nobody wanted to do, and kitchen dishes nobody wanted to do. I have never met three single men who volunteered to do not only their own laundry, dishes and house cleaning and also those of children. I'm sorry...I forgot this was a TV show. Real life rarely shows up in a TV show. Please---no hate mail from the FANS of this show. I understand why it was so successful--but also know it probably made single men everywhere a bit angry...most would never have been as selfless as the characters on this show.
cheekyredhead cheekyredhead 6 years
My answer is WHY? I admit I watched the show when nothing else was on and looked at Stamos like I was a female wolf in heat---but when he'd open his mouth I was like "never mind" this dude is pretty but a bit too sappy.The show was campy...syrupy...and just a bit too unrealistic. If they made a comeback will they reveal someone was divorced because Daddy couldn't make enough money pretending to be Elvis==or never grew up...and the other single male was gay, relationship-challenged, or ran off to join the circus? Did any of the girls go get knocked-up and not finish college, became addicted to drugs, or married an abusive man? Did "Dad" ever remarry--and if so to a controlling shrew, gold-digger, or some homely but bubbly tupperware dealer? Did any of them lose their job, then their home?----oh yeah they all stayed together---which was sort of weird....so did they ever become self-reliant?See...my point is that the original show was an idealistic view of life: sort of the soap opera for syrup-addicted relationship dreamers. There was very little "real" factors present in that show. It was a dose of "feel" good hope.Three single men with children. One a widow and the other two doting uncles. Where was the episodes of the uncles sneaking women in the back door from a night at a club? Or those awkward moments when kids were faced with half naked strange women in the bathroom, drunk uncles, dirty laundry that nobody wanted to do, and kitchen dishes nobody wanted to do.I have never met three single men who volunteered to do not only their own laundry, dishes and house cleaning and also those of children. I'm sorry...I forgot this was a TV show. Real life rarely shows up in a TV show. Please---no hate mail from the FANS of this show. I understand why it was so successful--but also know it probably made single men everywhere a bit angry...most would never have been as selfless as the characters on this show.
Rally-RE Rally-RE 6 years
i hope they don't. everytime they take an old show or movie and recast it the show loses something. i'm not saying that full house was a great show in its time but i did watch it. it was corney but did have values ... something that today's shows lack. how about a full house reunion with the original cast? i'd watch ... just to see what everyone looks like now.
fashionplate525 fashionplate525 6 years
Unless it was the original cast, I say no, this sounds laaame!
darlene darlene 6 years
I hope this doesn't happen.
darlene darlene 6 years
I hope this doesn't happen.
ilanac13 ilanac13 6 years
i think that a movie would be a bad idea and i cna't imagine that anyone would want to see it. remember when they did a growing pains TV movie and a Fact of Life TV movie and see how poorly those did in ratings? doing full house on the big screen would be a waste of money - and i was a fan....
Miss-Shapes Miss-Shapes 6 years
Dear god. We're going through a recession, the world is in financial crisis. Why the hell does the world need a frakking Full House revisit?!Sounds more like a vanity project to me.
Miss-Shapes Miss-Shapes 6 years
Dear god. We're going through a recession, the world is in financial crisis. Why the hell does the world need a frakking Full House revisit?! Sounds more like a vanity project to me.
rossy rossy 6 years
NAY! In my opinion, it's time has come & gone - 10 years!
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 6 years
um no
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 6 years
um no
genesisrocks genesisrocks 6 years
I've said before I don't like Full House so really it doesn't matter to me if they make a movie or not. I won't see it.
smartiez smartiez 6 years
NO NO NO. I loved Full House, but this is taking it too far. Especially if it's not using the same cast.
Allyace Allyace 6 years
My initial reaction sticks: OMG NO!
lemuse20 lemuse20 6 years
Hah!! I'm neither yay or nay, but I'm interested
verily verily 6 years
What possible plot could they create that would be movie-worthy? Pass...unless they want to have a family talk about Stephanie's meth addiction.
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 6 years
I agree that using the original cast would make it WAY more interesting. And I bet they could get every single cast member except for the Olsens.
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