Father of the Bride, the 1991 remake of the traditional 1950 movie of the identical title, managed to additional cement comedy icon Steve Martin’s mid-career onscreen standing as America’s (non-Clark-Griswold) well-meaning, however neurotically insecure film dad. Certainly, its success spawned 1995’s Father of the Bride Half II, a remake of 1951 authentic sequel Father’s Little Dividend, earlier than the franchise referred to as it a day. Nonetheless, a 3rd chapter to reunite the saga of the Banks household, Father of the Bride Half 3 (ish), is now headed for Netflix—albeit with a significant catch with regard to its format.
Netflix unveiled a shock announcement for a “particular occasion” dubbed Father of the Bride Half 3 (ish) on the eve of its premiere, which is able to stream concurrently on Netflix and Fb on Friday, September 25 at Three p.m. PST / 6 p.m. EST. Whereas Netflix is enjoying issues coy with its descriptive language, the quite abrupt nature of this rollout mitigates any notion of Half 3 (ish) being a surreptitiously shot sequel, as an alternative pointing to it being a Zoom-centric digital reunion of the forged, akin to those we’ve been getting steadily in the course of the pandemic. Nonetheless, it seems that mentioned forged will likely be studying an authentic script set in 2020.
Try Father of the Bride Half 3 (ish) trailer slightly below.
Apparently, whereas the trailer principally serves as a nostalgic recap of the 2 Father of the Bride movies earlier than touting the presence of author/director Nancy Meyers, who co-wrote the screenplays for these two movies, each of which had been directed by Charles Shyer. Likewise, the movie franchise forged is returning for this digital sequel, notably with headliners Steve Martin and Diane Keaton reprising their respective roles as George and Nina Banks, joined by Kimberly Williams-Paisley as Annie Banks-MacKenzie, Kieran Culkin as Matty Banks, George Newbern as Bryan MacKenzie, and Martin Quick as Franck Eggelhoffer. Nonetheless, there may be additionally the teased presence of “a couple of particular company.”