Vaughn was asked about the sequel when he premiered Christmas with the Campbells on Wednesday, and told us that he and Ben were free to return, but still worry about the risks of ruining the series.
They’ve always talked about this issue forever and the studio loved it, Vaughn said (via The Hollywood Reporter). I think Ben is open to doing it, I think he’s in the same boat as me, so if its fun and very good, then it’s fun to do it, but then why is it just me do it again?
The Christmas Tale Christmas in 2022 is a sequel to 1983’s Christmas Story. The actor, who’s the creator of the movie, said that it was an example of doing what is called a movie. If they could make another Dodgeball movie, said Vaughn, they would want to make sure that this is done right and could stand on their own.
You would only like to make sure that going into Dodgeball feels like a nice continuation and a story that could stand on its own. If it weren’t for us all, the idea would be something to return to, but it’d be better if this was a joke, if it weren’t for the purpose of us all.
The movie first appeared in 2004, on which it resembled a fictional underdog. The film was heavily watched by critics and fans alike, with only almost 170 million dollars being spent. This comedy spawned a huge following, and as well as an entire array of different catchphrases that fans remember for many years. The movie is famous for its directorial appearance in ESPN8: The Ocho, an animated sub-channel of ESPN, that provides more foreign sports. The actual ESPN has begun paying homage to this idea, as they aired a day-long ESPN8: The Ocho marathon.