The Strolling Useless is a 1995 Vietnam Conflict-set movie directed by Preston A. Whitmore II and starring Eddie Griffin, Allen Payne, and Bernie Mac that made $6 million on the field workplace. It will in any other case be forgotten if it didn’t share the identical title as a particularly in style comedian e-book series-turned-TV present, and ultimately, it could not even be essentially the most well-known Strolling Useless film.
Following the season eight finale, Vulture spoke to Scott Gimple, the previous showrunner who now oversees the complete Strolling Useless empire (Uselesspire?), about the way forward for the franchise. “I’m engaged on that new stuff, and there are all types of fascinating potentialities that I dare not even deal with particularly,” he mentioned. “However an important factor is that after we’re shifting ahead, no matter we do is completely different. That we see the world of The Strolling Useless in a brand new manner.” When requested if that would embrace a film, Gimple replied, “That form of selection, that’s we’re speaking about. All of the variations of the methods we inform the story, yeah, what we are able to function and all that. There’s a complete universe of potentialities.”
This isn’t the primary time the potential for a Strolling Useless film has come up — in 2016, Gimple mentioned that “a method or one other, at some point, [a movie will] occur.” And when it does, hopefully Scarface may be on the soundtrack once more.
(By way of Vulture)
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