MacGyver was a 1980s TV series about a detective (played by Richard Dean Anderson) who always found himself in dangerous situations, and was able to get out of said situations using everyday items, like rubber bands and paperclips. SNL's MacGruber skit was a mock of MacGyver.
So how the hell will these two aesthetics blend? Will MacGyver be darker than its TV series? Has James Wan "sold out?" Hey, everyone has to make a living; I'm just having a hard time reconciling these two ideas - anyone want to help me out here?
Source: Hollywood Reporter
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