Tom Selleck confirms Three Men And A Bride

Belated second comedy sequel is on the way

 

Tom Selleck has spoken out about a third Three Men And A Baby movie, this one tentatively titled Three Men And A Bride.

The moustached wonder confirmed comments that his co-star Steve Guttenberg made about a possible third film featuring ‘bride’ in the title.

When asked about the possibility of a second sequel to the 1987 original, Selleck recently said:

“It is true that Disney checked my availability. And I know they checked Ted’s and Steve’s, and then had a script written, I think tentatively called Three Men And A Bride, which kind of says it all.”

The first two Three Men movies – Three Men And A Baby and Three Men And A Little Lady – starred Selleck and Guttenberg alongside Ten Danson as a trio of bachelors whose lives are irrevocably changed when a baby lands on their doorstep.

Said baby belongs to Danson, who got girlfriend Nancy Travis’ character up the duff. In the sequel, Selleck and Travis ended up together.

So who would direct? Leonard Nimoy helmed the first flick. Sequel director Emile Ardolino passed away in 1993. Considering Nimoy is all set to retire, we doubt he’ll return. Still we can live in hope.

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Source [MTV Movies Blog]

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    • chrisb1983

      Jun 4th 2010, 10:51

      I have to say, I'm quite partial to the first one. The three leads deserve at least one more hit as well...well maybe not Guttenberg

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    • thejonner

      Jun 4th 2010, 20:20

      I'd sooner wash a corpse than go anywhere near this pile of dreck.

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    • AlannaM

      Jun 5th 2010, 16:29

      I loved the first two films and have watched them religiously since I was little, so I must confess I am a little excited at the prospect of a grown up Mary. I also love the three male lead actors, each in their own right. I am wary however, that a lot has changed in the film world since the end of the 80s and so it would take a lot of updating to make this work. I hope they do it right, it would be a shame to ruin two good films.

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    • JohnJDuffy

      Jun 5th 2010, 19:53

      I hate steve guttenburg

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