The Tanner family could be back on TV before you know it! TV Guide reports that a “Full House” reboot might be in the works.site says that Warner Bros. TV is considering a new take on the TGIF favorite, with many of the former cast members already on board.
Comedian Bob Saget is gearing up for his new A&E series, "Strange Days with Bob Saget," which investigates some of America's most fascinating subcultures and corners of society. The funnyman stopped by "Extra's" home at The Grove to chat with Mario Lopez about it. Watch!
"Strange Days with Bob Saget" premieres Tuesday 10PM ET on A&E.
Is a "Full House" movie in the works?
Just like Michelle Tanner always said, "You got it, dude!"
John Stamos, who played Uncle Jesse, says he's "working on a movie idea," but it won't feature the original sitcom's cast.
"It wouldn't be us playing us," Stamos tells New York's Daily News. "I'm not 100 percent sure, but it would probably take place in the first few years [of the sitcom]."
Stamos says "Milk" star James Franco would be perfect as Uncle Jesse. Adding, "I see Steve Carell as Danny Tanner [originally played by Bob Saget] and Tracy Morgan as Joey Gladstone [originated by Dave Coulier] because he's funny."
"Full House" ran for eight seasons and wrapped in 1995. Stamos tells the paper he still keeps in touch with his co-stars. "We're all very close," he said. "I saw Ashley [Olsen] a couple weeks ago. Bob and Dave, I see a lot."
Stamos, 45, is a presenter for the Tony Awards on June 7 and he's set to headline the upcoming revival of the hit musical "Bye Bye Birdie" on Broadway.
"Full House" ended its TV run in 1995 -- but actor Bob Saget still loves his onscreen daughters, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen! The comedian defended the tiny twins after they were toasted by comics roasting Saget for a Comedy Central special.
During Bob's roast, several comedians made crude and sexual jokes about the 22-year-old sisters, who played "Michelle" on the hit show, turning their fame into a multi-million-dollar empire. The "How I Met Your Mother" star was upset by the hits on the mini moguls, telling the NY Post, "Anybody who talks about my TV kids -- that upsets me the most. I am very protective. I love them very, very much."
Catch the controversial roast when it airs August 17 on Comedy Central.