Posted October 24, 2018 07:19:58 James Franco’s return to the big screen has already proven controversial, with the film industry saying the show’s star has been unable to work since he returned to Australia in 2018.
The Big B reboot was set to debut in October, but it was cancelled on Monday after critics and viewers were outraged over the plot line.
A rep for The Big Breakfast confirmed Franco will reprise his role as Big Bang co-star Amy Poehler, but only after he receives approval from producers.
“He will be back in October with some of his original characters,” a rep told the Hollywood Reporter.
“We’re hopeful that his experience with the producers and cast will help him feel more comfortable returning.”
Amy Poehls return as Big bang star James’ father in the reboot film The Big Bake #BigBang #TheBigBakeReunion pic.twitter.com/l4yQ4KX3Qp — The Big Bakery (@TheBig_Bakery) October 24 (ABC News) “It’s unfortunate that he felt he needed to come back.
The producers are working on some changes to his role, but he will not be returning.
It is a big step back.”
Mr Franco, who played Big Bang creator Sheldon Cooper on the show from 1993 to 2001, has been a popular presence in Australia since joining the industry as a writer, producer and star in 2009.
He’s been nominated for three Emmys and won a Tony Award.
In 2018, he played Sheldon Cooper’s son in the film The Revenant.
He was also the subject of a leaked memo sent by producers to producers of The Biggest Loser.
The memo suggested that a series of episodes should be filmed on location in New Zealand to avoid the potential for plagiarism.
“There will be plenty of time to catch up,” one producer told the paper.
He’s also been nominated by the New Zealand Academy of Film and Television Arts (NZAFTA) for Best Actor for his portrayal of Sheldon Cooper in the 2017 film The Equalizer. “
If we were to film any of those scenes, they would be in New York or Los Angeles.”
He’s also been nominated by the New Zealand Academy of Film and Television Arts (NZAFTA) for Best Actor for his portrayal of Sheldon Cooper in the 2017 film The Equalizer.
Producer David Giesbrecht told the New York Times he wanted to make a sequel to the original film and that he wanted the two shows “to have a chance”.
“I think it’s a really interesting opportunity, and I think it should be taken seriously,” he said.
“I’ve never been a big fan of Big Breakfast.
I don’t think the producers have had a chance to think about it, and to me, they’re not doing it right.”
Amy and Sheldon in The Equalizers #TheOscarSoWhite pic.t.co/nHxhK9ZfX7 pic.c/Jq2Jt4YWvG — The Equalization (@equalization) October 25, 2018 “It sounds like they’re going for a very different result.”
The Big Bowl reboot will air on the History Channel, but will not air on ABC, Nickelodeon, Disney or Viacom, which own the broadcast rights.
A source close to the production told the outlet that there will be no reruns of Big B, with no plans to have a sequel.
“This reboot is not going to be an adaptation of Big Bak, which is not a movie, but a TV show,” the source said.
A spokesperson for The Great American Bake Off told the Sydney Morning Herald that producers were “extremely disappointed” about the series cancellation, but added that it was not possible to discuss the issue with the cast.
“In the last few days, producers have been discussing their plans for a new series,” they said.
#TheBakeSoWhite: Big Bang’s Sheldon Cooper reprises his role in The Big Reunion #TheGreatAmericanBakeOff — The Great Bake Off (@GreatBakeOFF) October 27, 2018