Dave Coulier talked with lohud.com about the upcoming Full House sequel “Fuller House”. He confirmed once again that he will be a part of the show.
Dave Coulier doesn’t plan to cut it out anytime soon. The comedian, famous for playing the affable Uncle Joey Gladstone in “Full House” from 1987 to 1995, recently confirmed that he’ll appear in a 2016 Netflix revival of the show, “Fuller House.”
But the funnyman wasn’t always sure a reunion was in the cards.
“We’ve been hearing about (a reunion) for a long time and I was kind of like, ‘Well, if this does happen, I’ll be surprised,'” Coulier said in a phone interview. “Even a month ago, John Stamos called me and he said, ‘Hey, I want to talk to you about this ‘Full House’ stuff because I think it’s going to happen. And I was like, ‘Yeah, sure it is.’
“But I think it’s great. I love the cast. We’re all really close. We’re all great friends, so it’s going to be like a real family reunion for me.”
The show is going to be filmed at Warner Brothers studios which is where the original was filmed. He also teased about what his character Joey will be up to on the show.
Are you excited to get back into the swing of things?
I am. It’s going to be crazy going back into our original set. It’s just going to be a journey back in time. And we’re shooting at Warner Bros., which is where we shot the original show. So it’s going to be crazy driving onto the Warner Bros., lot and going to our stage. I’m going to get chills when I walk in and see that set.
I know it’s early in pre-production, but is there anything you can tease fans with about the revival?
I wish I knew more of what the script was going to be so I could tease them. I’ve been talking with Jeff Franklin, who created the show, and what I know about my character so far is that they’re talking about making him a huge superstar now in Vegas. And that’s really kind of all I know.
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