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Steve Guttenberg Fixes His Career With Sequels

29 November 2008 6:01 PM, PST | | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Steve Guttenberg has basically moved into the realm of television movies and serving as a punchline for The Simpsons and Family Guy. There are many actors who would dream of having that sort of career, but for the once-promising actor that should serve as a message that it's time to hang it up. Instead Guttenberg is trying to recapture his fame in the worst way - by creating more sequels to movies that were once successful. Guttenberg is no stranger to sequels, having done them successfully (Cocoon: The Return), unsuccessfully (Casper: A Spirited Beginning), and redundantly (Police Academy 2, 3, and 4). The actor says he regrets turning down some of the opportunities he's been given though, like Short Circuit 2 and the second half of the Police Academy franchise. Looking at how those turned out, I would have much in the way of regrets Steve. Guttenberg's first big announcement is that he's hoping »

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