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Simon Brew Feb 16, 2017
It’s definite: both Mel Gibson and John Lithgow have been added to the cast of the upcoming sequel, Daddy’s Home 2. The pair had been rumoured to be involved, and Gibson will play Mark Wahlberg’s father in the new film, whilst Lithgow will be Will Ferrell’s dad. The plot will see the pair of grandfathers arriving for Christmas, with their own ideas about how children should be brought up. Chortles will ensue.
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Paramount Pictures has put out offers to Mel Gibson and John Lithgow to star in their upcoming comedy sequel Daddy's Home 2. While nothing is set in stone yet, their prospects for joining this comedy sequel reportedly look "promising." No details have been given about what characters they may portray, but it's possible they could be playing the fathers of Will Ferrell's Brad Whitaker and Mark Wahlberg's Dusty Mayron. That hasn't been confirmed at this time, but it certainly seems plausible. There will be Spoilers below if you haven't seen Daddy's Home yet, so read on at your own risk.
Deadline broke the news earlier today, which comes just as both actors have been recognized on the awards circuit. Mel Gibson's latest directorial effort Hacksaw Ridge received six Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director, while John Lithgow won a Screen Actors Guild Award this weekend »
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