Aladdin Is Getting a Live-Action Sequel Based on Brand New Story

Aladdin Live Action Sequel
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We’ve been going on and on about the flood of remakes, reboots, reimaginings, sequels, prequels, even the cursed legacyquel. Disney has been cornering the market on these kinds of projects, not only relaunching old projects for Disney+ and movie theaters alike, and slowly but steadily rolling out live-action versions of their beloved animated classics.

Not even slowly, tbh. Beauty and the Beast and Dumbo and Cinderella and The Jungle Book and Lion King have already happened. Mulan is coming soon, The Little Mermaid is in the works, even Snow White is getting the live-action treatment. And now, Disney has found a new way to milk the cow by pioneering a new kind of movie: the live-action sequel!

That’s right, this summer’s live-action Aladdin movie is getting a live-action sequel! And instead of being treated like redheaded stepchildren by getting pushed straight to VHS – the way Disney handled sequels to their animated flicks – this one is actually going to hit theaters. Even better? According to Variety, it won’t be based on the lesser Aladdin sequels like The Return of Jafar that actually did get pushed straight to VHS when it was released.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that this new movie will be an original story and that writers have already been brainstorming for it, “looking at other tales from One Thousand and One Nights,” including something like the Seven Voyages of Sinbad or Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. Not the comedian. That’s already been done. (OR HAS IT?!)

Apparently, the people behind the first (live-action) Aladdin have had an inkling for a sequel for a while.

“When we first made the movie wanted to just make the best movie we could and let audiences tell us if they wanted to see more,” Lin said. “And I would say resoundingly audiences want to see more. They’ve watched this movie multiple times. We have lots of fan letters about people who really go back and they bring their friends and bring their family. And so we feel like there’s more story to tell. We are going to treat it the same way we treat the original Aladdin movie and not going to do a shot by shot remake of anything that’s been done before. We’re really looking at what’s been done before in the past and the home video, and there’s just more story to tell with the underlying materials. So without giving away too much, we are certainly exploring where we can go with this franchise.”

Right now it seems that director Guy Ritchie and the original stars will return, including Will Smith, but there’s a long way to go before anything is official. But once this gets made, except another 50 live-action sequels. Can’t wait for Bambi: First Blood Part 2!

Dad Accidentally Orders Massive 20-Foot Tall Dinosaur Statue for Son

Dad Accidentally Orders Massive Dino
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Kids go through obsessions, and it’s tough to not get sucked in and join them. As a parent, you can fall into the trap of fully embracing a new favorite animal or show, encouraging it, and then ending up with a bunch of junk after your kid falls out of love with it. And then there are times when you may end up going more overboard than you planned, as was the case for one dad in the U.K.

It started out simply enough. His four-year-old son was a huge fan of dinosaurs after watching a Disney story. Very relatable. The kid wants a dinosaur toy, ok we have all been there. Dad finds a statue of a dinosaur for sale, OK, maybe losing a few people, but who wouldn’t want to splurge for a magical gift for their kid? It wasn’t until the company called the dad to let him know the dino wouldn’t fit on their truck that he began to realize his mistake.

He did not order a small statue to throw in the yard and surprise his kid. He had accidentally ordered a 20-ft-TALL statue, one that had to be lowered into his yard WITH A CRANE.

He purchased it from an amusement park that was selling an old exhibit, so he didn’t have much to go on or any customer service support to rely on when making his purchase. And that is how you end up with a giant freaking dinosaur in your backyard. His son had asked for “the biggest dinosaur you’ve ever seen” and well, he at least delivered there, even if the final result was more than twice what he had expected.

“When I saw the size of him I just laughed and bought a heavy-duty chain to make a leash,” the dad told a local news outlet.

His kid (understandably) loves his new pet dino. The pictures of the mishap went viral, and the dad said he was surprised by all the reactions.

“I never expected a father’s love for his son, and his son’s for a pet dinosaur would spread across the globe!”

Pasta and Gravy Debate Heats up on Facebook’s ‘Rate My Plate’ Page

Pasta and Gravy Debate
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You learn something new every day. I tell my kids that all the time, that to live is to learn and that there is a whole wide world of knowledge out there that they should remain open to, because no one knows everything, and intellectual curiosity will only serve you well as you navigate the world. No matter your age. After all, knowing is half the battle.

Of course, there are some things no one needs to know. Like the two things I learned today.

The first thing I didn’t need to know is that there is a Facebook page called “Rate My Plate” via which users share the meals they’re making and/or eating and invite compliments and, far more likely, this being Facebook and all, criticism. The second thing I didn’t need to know, which is a direct result of having learned about the first thing I didn’t need to know, is that some people put gravy on their pasta.

Let me be clear: I don’t mean that some people refer to tomato sauce as gravy, which is a phenomenon we don’t need to get into right now. What I mean is that some people put actual gravy on their pasta. Like Kristi D., who went on Rate My Plate to share this information, and promptly got, shall we say, PWNED! And also not PWNED! It seems Facebook is divided on this issue.

“I love pasta and gravy have it all the time,” one commenter said. Many pointed to the traditional Swiss and German cuisine “spatzle” in which adding gravy is popular regional variation.

Some suggested it was an easy meal to make on a budget: “Nothing wrong with a bit of pasta & gravy lol this is a students/poor mans meal though haha I’ve had this when there’s nothing else in the cupboards.”

One commented conceded the Spatzle point but still disputed Kristi D.’s version: “Spatzle (type of noodle; homemade of course) with rouladen and gravy is very very good. Always needs a good helping of braised red cabbage on the side. As for the above fusilli and gravy; that looks totally disgusting!”

Others were less forgiving: “In the whole wide world there’s only two words that should never be in the same sentence and that’s pasta and gravy Kristi D,must be a southern thing.”

And then there were the people who launched an all-out assault on Kristi D’s plate, comparing the image to diarrhea, with one person even suggesting that Kristi D. has a history of sharing such abominations on the Rate My Plate page: “That’s definitely a classic Kristi. A classic example of shit on a plate.”

I can’t say that I’ve had pasta and gravy, nor have I dined in Kristi D.’s kitchen, so I hesitate to enter the fray. But I can say with almost 100% certainty that no matter how unappetizing the image of that meal may look to you, it’s not “classic,” and it’s definitely tastier than “shit on a plate.”

No further questions at this time.

Frustrated Mom Turns WiFi off to Get Hiding Husband out of Bathroom

Dad on Toilet Taking Break
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Every parent needs some alone time. The problem is, it’s not easy to come by. So you can’t really blame a guy for trying to carve out a little peace and quiet for himself, even if that does mean sitting on the toilet scrolling social media for 45 minutes. Unless you’re taking it at the expense of your spouse. Then you probably can be blamed.

That’s the question wife and mother posed to the Reddit community in the notorious “AITA” board. It stands for “Am I the Asshole” and it’s the place where Redditors go to pose a question about an incident and ask fellow users for their opinion on who is to blame.

A Redditor named “FinalWintersEve1” visited AITA to pose a long question about her husband’s lengthy trips to the bathroom – “He always takes his phone. He is always watching youtube. His average session is 25 minutes in there, often longer, rarely shorter.” – and how she decided to fight back.

The crux of the issue isn’t so much that her husband spends too much time in the bathroom – he is actually on medication that makes longer visits necessary – but more that he tends to sequester himself in there at the most inconvenient times. The couple has twins under a year old, which means there is really a convenient time and won’t be for about 18 years, but still, she seems to have a decent argument.

It’s the most frustrating when it comes time to feed them ( one of the twins needs to be held specifically for health reasons, so I can not double feed ) because we will get up, I will warm up bottles, change one baby bum, get the first one fed, burped, and laid down in their crib, get the other baby changed and be setteling down to feed baby number two before he can be bothered to emerge and figure out why one child has been screaming because they had to watch their sibling eat l, and then the other when cry when they dont get to cuddle at all because I have to immediately set them down to feed the hysterically sobbing child.

This issue is clearly not just about the timing, it’s about the intent. It seems Dad is purposefully ducking out to avoid some of the most frustrating parts of baby care, and Mom was fed up. So she started turning off the wiFi.

Today I started a new rule. If he is in the bathroom for more than 10 minutes, I flip the wifi off.

Lo and behold, he is emerging from the bathroom much more quickly! Still not helping with the kids – according to some additional information in the post, it’s not just a bathroom time issue – but spending less time in the john. Which is a step up.

Most commenters agreed that the poster was not the asshole, despite her extreme WiFi canceling tactics, and decried the husband’s daddy-shirking methods. Parenting is hard, especially parenting infant twins, but it gets a lot harder when you’re left to do it on your own.

We all need some alone time, and god knows many of us are guilty of getting it in the bathroom, but it’s probably a good idea to earn that alone time by pitching in when needed.

The Rock Delivers Touching Eulogy for Pioneering Father

The Rock Delivers Touching Eulogy
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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is one of the biggest stars in the world, more rich and famous than most of us can ever dream of. But when it comes to losing a parent, he’s exactly the same as the rest of us.

The Rock’s father, pioneering wrestling star Rocky Johnson, passed away on January 15th. Johnson was a star for the WWE in the 70s and 80s, becoming the first African-American to win the tag team belt, and joining the WWE Hall of Fame. His death stunned the wrestling world and obviously had a major impact on his son, a wrestling legend in his own right who is well aware of the path his father blazed for him.

The Rock, very active on social media, has already shared a bit about what his father meant to him on his Instagram account. On Saturday he went back online and shared the nearly 11-minute eulogy he gave at his father’s funeral with his fans.

 

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You trail blazed and even harder, you changed people’s harsh behaviors toward a man of color. Paving the way for me, my family and generations to come. You loved us with the capacity of which you could – given all the givens. Raised me with an iron hand and a tough complicated love. A love that now, as a father and man, I’ve learned to refine as I raise my own children. I wish I had one more shot. To say one more thing. You were taken too fast. Slipped right thru my hands. But you were so loved, lived so full, defined culture and now you rest high. Peacefully. And that makes my heart smile. I love you and now I have an angel to call by name. I’ll see you down the road, Soulman. Til we meet again. Your son 🥃🖤

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The caption to the speech touches on Rocky’s role as both a father and a groundbreaking wrestler of color.

“You trail blazed and even harder, you changed people’s harsh behaviors toward a man of color. Paving the way for me, my family and generations to come. You loved us with the capacity of which you could – given all the givens. Raised me with an iron hand and a tough complicated love.”

The Rock also used it to let people – and his father – know that he is living, and raising his own kids, by his dad’s example.

“A love that now, as a father and man, I’ve learned to refine as I raise my own children.”

Watching the superstar struggle to get through his eulogy, it’s clear how much The Rock loved and admired his dad, and it’s refreshing to see a renowned tough guy open up about the pain and sadness he feels.

It’s equally clear that Rocky Johnson did a good job raising his son, and that The Rock is doing well to follow in his father’s footsteps.

4-Yr-Old’s Sad Song About ‘Dinosaurs in Love’ Will Hit You Like a Meteor

Dinosaurs in Love by Fenn
(Spotify/Tom Rosenthal)

Kids are creative as hell. They don’t know how the world works, or how physics work, or the difference between fiction and reality, and so their creativity is unbound from conventional rules. This is one of the reasons they are so infuriating. (“No, we can’t go to the talking spaceship zoo in Candyland right now and if you don’t understand why then you’re just a lost cause now go to bed!”)

It’s also one of the reasons they can be so fun to be around. Because who doesn’t want to imagine visiting a spaceship zoo in Candyland?

Sometimes, a kid’s imagination and creativity – and pure innocence – combine to bring something really special into your life, and that’s exactly what musician Tom Rosenthal’s 4-year-old daughter did. Thankfully, he was kind enough to share her efforts with all of us.

No doubt inspired by her songwriting dad, 4-year-old Fenn wrote a little ditty of her own called “Dinosaurs in Love,” and Dad helped with the tune. Fair warning: get your hankies ready, because the song’s ending packs quite a wallop.

Did another meteor hit because something is in my eye!

Twitter quickly latched onto Fenn’s efforts, liking it over 270,000 times and retweeting it 73,000, and I’m not the only one who found the song oddly touching.

It is sad, despite the fact that we all know that dinosaurs have been extinct for at least 6000 years, depending on who you ask. But it’s the simple lyrics combined with Fenn’s spare, somber delivery of the final two lines that really makes the tragic ending hit you hard. No, dinosaurs weren’t eating cucumbers, and they can’t even goddamn speak, but Jesus, I wish they’d had a chance to say goodbye before the big bang took them down.

What a cruel world. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be listening to “Dinosaurs in Love” on repeat (on Spotify!) and crying my eyes out.

Woman Tries to Photoshop Her Way out of Work, Comes up Flat

As you know, the Super Bowl was last Sunday. And despite the fact that this game has been around for over 50 years, and is essentially a national holiday at this point, we still had to go to work on Monday. It boggles the mind that the NFL hasn’t found a way to make Monday a holiday too, so fans of the winning team can celebrate, fans of the losing team can commiserate, and everyone else can nurse their hangovers.

The fact is, whether you officially have the day off or not, some of us are going to take it. And not everyone is going to plan ahead. This means we’ll need solid excuses, something besides “I wore a beer helmet and ate 7 bags of Doritos.” I can’t help you with a doctor’s note, but I can tell you what not to do.

What this woman did.

A few weeks ago, Twitter user Syd the Kid (@sydneyywhitson) hopped online to complain about a coworker who is apparently known for frequently bailing out of work at the last minute. She had just done it again, and in an attempt to justify her absence, she used car trouble as an excuse. Specifically, she told her boss that there was a nail stuck in her car tire, and she sent along a photo to prove it.

Unfortunately, the photo was, shall we say, a tad suspect.

Here’s hoping this person’s job doesn’t involve Photoshop because she’s not very good at it.

It didn’t take long for Twitter to roast Syd the Kid’s coworker for her half-assed attempt at getting out of work.

Some cracked jokes:

Some offered their own Photoshopped effort:

Some even generously donated actual pictures of car trouble for use the next time she’s in a pinch:

Let this be a warning to anyone using a flimsy excuse and bad graphic design skills to get out of work. And someone please start a petition to make Super Bowl Monday a national holiday!

Baby Born at 20:02 on 02/02/2020 Becomes Instant Legend

Baby Born on 02/02 2020 at 20:02
(Courtesy Laken Masters)

There’s a lot of pressure in parenting. You want to make sure you do a good job, that your kids grow up healthy and unharmed, raised well are ready and able to contribute to society. To make an impact. Maybe even change the world. That’s a lot of responsibility, both for the parent and the child, who surely has high hopes for his or herself as well.

Imagine the relief Mom and Dad must feel, then, when their baby makes history merely for being born? that’s what happened to the Masters family when their daughter Charlee Rose entered the world, and it was through no efforts of her own. In fact, unless Mom has some superhuman self-control, Charlee’s achievement is almost entirely a lucky coincidence.

She was born at 20:02 pm (that’s 8:02 for you civilians) on 02/02/2020.

That’s right, every single number associated with her birth is a 0 or a 2, and the date and time all lined up to make Charlee Rose a history-making palindromic baby, meaning the date and time of her birth are the same forward and backward.

The date – February 2, 2020 – is an extremely rare “world palindromic day,” so rare that the last time it happened was November 11, 1111 (11/11/1111). That’s pretty insane.

Charlee Rose’s mom Laken Masters, of Lexington, Kentucky, told Good Morning America that the palindromic nature of the date never even occurred to her.

“I didn’t really think about [the date] and then all the nurses that were in the room said, ‘Oh, this is so cool… it’s better than a New Year’s baby,'” said Masters.

She had no idea what time it was until her mother, Dee Dee Calvert, who was in the room along with her Laken’s husband Scott, noticed that the baby could arrive at 20:02 p.m.

“I don’t know the conversation that was going on in the room. I don’t remember anybody else talking about anything. I just remember my mom, Dee Dee, saying take a picture of the clock,” Masters said.

Any baby born on the extremely rare palindromic date would have a cute little tidbit to share when they’re older, but Charlee Rose can trump them all with the timing of her birth as well.

Now I’m dying to know her dimensions too!

’90s Kids Rejoice: Dunkaroos Are Making a Triumphant Comeback

Dunkaroos Are Back
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Dunkaroos are coming back, and people are losing their shit about it. The beloved snack of 90s kids is having a moment, as everything old becomes new again. The internet went crazy Monday when General Mills confirmed the widely spread rumor, Dunkaroos are officially making their return.

If you’re not familiar with the glory of Dunkaroos, the concept is easy to grasp. It’s basically a tub of icing, with a few cookies in a separate container. They draw their name from the act of “dunking” the cookie into the icing and…ok, come on, you get it.

Why now? Well, it certainly falls in line with everything else about re-booting the 90s, so it makes perfect sense. The news also probably owes a debt to Dunks many celeb backers, including the likes of Kim Kardashian West and Chrissy Teigen. And of course, there was a popular hoax campaign in 2018, where a fake photoshop claimed General Mills would bring the snack back if it got 150k retweets (it broke that with ease).

But this time, it’s real.

 

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🚨Definitely coming back. Summer 2020.🚨

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“For those who grew up in the ‘90s, the original cookie-frosting combo represents the taste, color and fun of being a kid during that decade,” said a General Mills spokesperson. “We know there’s a lot of love for Dunkaroos, and fans everywhere have been asking for it. We’re excited to help ‘90s kids relive all the best parts of childhood.”

The timetable is still a little iffy, but the company did confirm that the version being re-released this summer is the classic vanilla cookies with the vanilla and sprinkle frosting. They will also go to 7-Eleven first, with other stores following.

So while we don’t get all the flavors just yet, Millenials will take what they can get when it comes to resurrecting this fan favorite.

Dad and Daughter Raise the Stakes in Rock-Paper-Scissors Duel

Dad and Daughter Play RPS
(YouTube/Gêh Silva)

Rock-Paper-Scissors is one of the easiest games to learn, and one of the hardest to master. Played by children and adults settling a score everywhere, the basics are easy enough for even a toddler to understand. And it’s also a game that’s easy enough to introduce some added layers to, which is what one dad and his daughter have gone viral for.

In a video being widely shared earlier this week, a dad and his daughter complete in a straightforward game of Rock-Paper-Scissors…with one notable twist. Every time you lose, you have to dunk your face into a pile of flour. And you may have to help bring your opponents face into the flour, for maximum effect.

What’s made this catch on, in my humble opinion, is their infectious joy in playing together. At its core, it’s a dad and a daughter having a ton of fun in a cute video. But it didn’t start that way, as the dad quickly wins three of the first four throws and it seems like it may just be a cruel vid of a dad dunking on his kid.

But then she turns the tables, and fast. After gaining some confidence on her first win, she quickly reels off a few more, dunking her dad harder and harder into the flour. It ends with both of them covered in flour, laughing, which is how any game between dad and kid should go (I say should, because I’m very competitive and it can be hard to not just outright dominate a video game or athletic contest).

Games need evolution. Rules changes have improved the modern games of basketball, football, hockey, and baseball. It’s only natural a game like RPS should get the necessary addition to make it more enjoyable in the 21st century. Hopefully, if we’re lucky, it won’t be long before the flour punishment is widespread.

Mom Uses Nerf Gun to Wake Husband Sleeping in Delivery Room

Mom Uses Nerf to Wake up Husband
(Facebook/Samantha Mravik-Miller)

Labor is a difficult time. It’s incredibly stressful, there’s a lot of waiting, you’re not entirely sure what you’re doing or what’s going on, people are all over the place, it’s impossible to get any sleep.

And that’s just the dad-to-be. Don’t even get me started on what it’s like for the woman who’s actually giving birth!

Obviously labor is all about the mom-to-be, and most men can’t even fathom the mental and physical toughness it takes to power through labor and the subsequent recovery from the intense experience. At the same time, there isn’t all that much for men to do during it, especially at the hospital, where the doctors and nurses are in control. Men are there for moral and psychological support. And sometimes even that can be a bit much for them to handle, even after the kid is born.

Which is why one pregnant woman brought along a NERF gun.

Samantha Mravik-Miller posted a photo from her hospital bed on Facebook, in which her hand is shown gripping a NERF gun. In her caption, she called it a “Mom Hack,” implying that she uses the gun to shoot foam bullets at her husband to wake him up when he has the AUDACITY to sleep while she’s on call with her newborn.

In an interview with Romper, she explained what led her to pack the toy. Turns out, Dad wasn’t exactly helpful the last few times, when she gave birth to their 11 and 5-year-old kids.

“I packed it because when my 5-year-old was born my husband slept through him crying in the hospital,” elaborating that she’d tried to throw a water bottle at him that time, but this time she said, “I figured this way I would have better aim.”

Moms online loved the post, shockingly, sharing it over 17,000 times, and surely dooming husbands everywhere to getting pelted with foam projectiles the next time they dare to shirk their parental responsibilities.

This Kid Is Going Viral for His Wholesome Reviews of Shirley Temples

Leo Kelly Reviews Shirley Temples
(Instagram/theshirleytempleking)

What were you passionate about as a kid? Micro Machines? Book fairs? Figuring out just where in the hell Minkus from Boy Meets World went??

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In the case of 6-year-old Leo Kelly, nothing hits the spot quite like a Shirley Temple, the classic mocktail comprised of ginger ale, a splash of grenadine, and a maraschino cherry for garnish. Seriously, this kid can’t get enough of ’em.

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He fancies the sweet, bubbly, non-alcoholic beverage so much in fact that he’s been dubbed The Shirley Temple King, a title he dons proudly in these precious, sometimes scathing reviews of the drink in various restaurants.

He gives this taco spot’s take on the mocktail a 6.6, commending the cool glass but lamenting the unforgivable absence of a cherry: the Holy Spirit in a Shirley Temple trinity.

Conversely, this Shirley Temple had cherries on the outside and inside, making it Leo’s favorite one to date. “There’s really nothing to say, cuz it’s just a great Shirley Temple,” he says, lauding the BBQ restaurant’s choice to top it with an American flag toothpick. He gives it a whopping 9.5.

And in this one, he puts a pizza joint on blast for foregoing glass drinkware and serving him his favorite beverage in a plastic cup. They may not have glasses, but this restaurant certainly has the fucking audacity.

“It’s plastic-y and it’s just plastic,” he lambasts.

The Shirley Temple has many origin stories. Some claim it was a bartender at Chasten’s in West Hollywood, California, made for a young Shirley Temple herself. Some say the Royal Hawaiian Hotel in Honolulu. We only know one thing for sure: Shirley Temple hated them.

Lethal Weapon 5 Might Happen Even Though Cast Is Too Old for This Shit

Lethal Weapon 5
(Warner Bros)

I guess I should stop being surprised. After all, there are only so many franchises out there, and judging by the way things have been going the past few years, it makes sense that every single one – even the ones that seemed long dead – are getting resurrected one way or another.

The list is so long it’s not even worth typing it out. Suffice it to say that if there’s a series of movies you enjoyed over the past 30 years and it has yet to be revisited one way or another – whether via a sequel (National Treasure), a prequel, a reboot (Die Hard), or a TV series – just you wait. Odds are, it will be back soon enough.

Today’s example is the buddy cop movie that started them all: Lethal Weapon.

This is a rare case, because not only was there already a sequel that came too late and didn’t work, there was also a recent TV series. That sequel hit theaters in 1998, co-starred Chris Rock and Jet Li, and was not good. The TV show ran for three years, with Damon Wayans as Murtaugh and a couple of guys as his partner (after the first co-lead was a little too Riggsy for comfort). Not only that, original star Mel Gibson has had his fair share of issues in the 21st century, though he was at the Oscars last year, so all seems to be forgiven, somehow.

So much so that he and Danny Glover are supposedly being recruited for this new sequel by producer Dan Lin, who also hopes to get original director Richard Donner – who hasn’t directed a movie in 4 years – back on board. Lin recently appeared at a producer’s roundtable, where he spoke about his plans for the project.

“We’re trying to make the last Lethal Weapon movie. And Dick Donner’s coming back. The original cast is coming back. And it’s just amazing. The story is very personal to him. Mel and Danny are ready to go, so it’s about the script.” About which there are no details because it has yet to be written.

Not only is Mel Gibson a bit of a dicey bet to lead a wannabe blockbuster, Danny Glover is 73! I’m gonna go out on a limb and say he is definitely too old for this shit. And so, for that matter, is Chris Rock, who was positioned to potentially take over in Lethal Weapon 4, but the movie didn’t do well enough to revive the series. Previous cast members also included Rene Russo, last seen in Avengers Endgame, and Joe Pesci, who came out of retirement for Best Picture nominee The Irishman and is probably not too keen on playing fast-talking Leo Getz in Lethal Weapon 5.

But stranger things have happened, so I guess we’ll have to wait and see. To be honest, I’d rather see a sequel to My Cousin Vinny!