Well, it turns out Steve Guttenberg's claims about the development of a second sequel to Three Men and a Baby might hold some truth after all (his thoughts that "it's time" for another Police Academy and Cocoon are still completely off, though). The neglected '80s star--who, by the way, was awesome in this season of Party Down, yeah?--said last November that, though "nobody knows about it," Disney is developing a third chapter in the Three Men and a [Female Humanoid] saga, with the blank this time being filled in with "Bride." I didn't take his remarks too seriously at the time--people say a lot of things are "in development," and something tells me The Gute really likes to see his name out there--but now a fellow member of the triumvirate, Tom Selleck, has come forward to confirm the story, telling MTV:
"It is true that Disney checked my availability. And I know they checked Ted's and Steve's, and then had a script written, I think tentatively called 'Three Men and a Bride,' which kind of says it all [about the story].
"I hope it's a good script, and if it is a good script I hope they do it, because it would be really fun to get back with Ted and Steve. The strongest of the two movies I think is the first one. It had more heart, and that's what I hope this third one would have if we do it."
Knowledge we can take away from this:
1. Three Men and a Bride might seriously get made.
2. The universally panned sequel to Three Men and a Baby MIGHT not be as strong as the original, according to Tom Selleck.
3. Always trust The Gute.