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Olsen Twins May Be a Part of ‘Fuller House’ After All

Jul 28, 2015  •  Post A Comment

Even after it was announced that Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen would not be involved in the Netflix “Full House” reboot “Fuller House,” hopes were revived today for fans of the Olsen twins.

Us Weekly reports that Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos, appearing today at the Television Critics Association Press Tour in Beverly Hills, got those hopes fired up again when he told reporters: “The Olsen twins are teetering on whether or not they’ll be around.”

Sarandos also noted: “We’ve been able to reassemble all of the [rest of the] cast.”

However, the twins’ participation is far from a done deal. Sarandos noted that at this point Mary-Kate and Ashley are not part of the plan. Said Sarandos: “They’re not in the current creative.”

He also commented on how the other cast members are taking to the new production, saying they’ve “fallen right back into their roles,” and adding that the new project is “very much in the same spirit” as the original “Full House.”

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  1. They don’t both need to appear. When the show originally started, they used a pair of twins to play ONE girl, probably because of child labor laws or the inability for someone so young to work those long days. So in the reboot, the ONE girl can’t suddenly be twins. Cloning, anyone?

  2. That was common practice. Twin girls played Tabitha on BEWITCHED and only switched to one when they started to look less identical as they aged.

  3. I only know one thing, uncatalyzed dseleis have been common in european cars since 40 years or more. Hardly any regulation until recently.IF diesel fumes are of that high toxicity levels as claimed large clusters of diesel fume related diseases would have been visible in Europe by now.Admittedly i didn’t do a full out study but a superficial glance at health statistics of major European nations don’t show this to be the case.The biggest drop in inhalation linked diseases was cigarette smoking which clearly shows up as a signal. For the rest not much.

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