It's 20 years later, and Wild Thing comes out of retirement to work with this 19-year-old player. There are three new characters in the new film. And if the new film is popular, they could carry the franchise on.
Original writer/director David S. Ward hopes to get Tom Berenger, Corbin Bernsen and even, Wesley Snipes back for Major League 3, he's so far only spoken to Charlie Sheen about it.
When Major League came out back in 1989, baseball was one of the main focal points of my young life and, suffice it to say, I watched the movie constantly, almost obsessively. Over the past few years, there has been talk of the original cast getting back together for Major League 3. This is not to be confused with 1998's Major League III: Back to the Minors, which only featured two original cast members, Corbin Bernsen and Dennis Haysbert. Charlie Sheen even said in 2011 that he wants Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Brian Wilson to be his pitching coach.
Would you like to see Tom Berenger and the rest of the Major League cast back together for Major League 3? Chime in with your thoughts below.Read More
During a Q&A session on his San Francisco tour stop at the Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium on Saturday, Charlie Sheen discussed his plans for Major League 3, revealing that Giants pitcher Brian Wilson would be his pitching coach on the film.
Charlie Sheen also discussed his interest in Jaws, saying the movie's famous shark represents mainstream media.Read More
Actor Charlie Sheen recently revealed he will return as Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn in Major League 3 if the sequel is ever given the green light. The actor said that he's doing "everything in his power" to get the sequel made.
The last movie in the franchise was Major League III: Back to the Minors, although Charlie Sheen called it an "abortion" and doesn't believe it should be a part of the series.Read More
Major League 3 is in development .Read More