“It’s everybody. Val was blown up he’ll have a mind. Everyone is down,&rdquo. “What’s nice is that, when you create something which had the heartbreak of not doing so well financially… I’d feel terrible if the people involved were ashamed about it, but Ryan loves that shit, Kristen enjoys that shit, all of the people involved are so psyched. ”
A movie sequel has been in development since 2016 when Taccone and Forte started writing the script for the job, but after working on and off on it, Taccone declared to The Daily Beast (through Collider) they were working on a series adaptation of this sketch instead.
MacGruber TV show in development with initial cast
Even though a screenplay is a great indication that things are finally moving ahead, its no guarantee that MacGruber two will actually find the light of day. Maybe the success or failure of CBS’s new “MacGyver” reboot series (that did well in its introduction slot last Friday) could play a role in obtaining a new MacGruber experience greenlit.
It was the final Saturday Night Live sketch adapted for the big screen and after years of talks on a possible sequel, it appears MacGruber may grace audiences’ displays once again using a TV series seeing the original cast returning for their functions.
Taccone also declared in the interview that along with Forte and Kristen Wiig (Wonder Woman 1984), the series will also feature the yields of Ryan Phillippe (Shooter) and Val Kilmer (Top Gun: Maverick) for the small screen endeavor.
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Taccone’s final humor Popstar: Never Cease Never Heard came out in June 2016 and despite very positive reviews only grossed $9.4 million, and last lent his voice to the acclaimed Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and the long-awaited The Lego Picture 2: The Second Component .
“We spent the past two days pitching it shows Taccone. &ldquo episodes. Since I know nothing, I & rsquo; m hoping that when you publish this there & rsquo; s a statement that it & rsquo; s happening. This is the first time I’ve so this might be a meeting that is tragic. ”
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The MacGyver parody was initially made by Jorma Taccone (Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping) and Will Forte (Keanu) as interstitial sections for SNL until Taccone led and Forte starred in the movie version in 2010. Even though the clueless soldier of fortune failed to make a mark in the box office, bombing out with a paltry $8.5 million, it has become a cult favorite on DVD and cable.