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After years of talk, it looks like Major League 3 may finally happen. Charlie Sheen has been into the idea of doing the movie for years, but now he says everyone is on board and they are just waiting for someone to "write a check." Assuming they can get financing together, it sounds like original director David S. Ward and the entire original cast are set to return for the long-awaited sequel.
The 51-year-old actor recently spoke with TMZ and revealed that David S. Ward has written the script for Major League 3 and that the movie is ready to go. He also said that "everybody is back," when asked who would be returning. That would presumably include Wesley Snipes and Tom Berenger. Though, he did note that Lou Brown, who was played by James Gammon in both Major League movies, will not be included in the sequel, but said they will "do it in his honor. »
Charlie Sheen has revealed that Major League 3 is in development during a recent interview.
Major League came at the height of Charlie Sheen’s movie career back in 1989 and became a much loved baseball film in the process.
Now Sheen is reporting that another sequel is in the works with the original cast and director attached to the project.
Speaking to TMZ, the actor said “We’re looking to get Major League 3 done,” and “We’re just looking for someone to write a check.”
Sheen described Major League’s return as “a really smart story, a really great script.”
Major League told the story of Sheen’s pitcher Ricky “Wild Thing” Vaughn, and an underdog Cleveland Indians team that has to overcome a sabotage attempt by their owner.
The movie was directed by David S. Ward, »
- Samuel Brace
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