Wayne’s world, Wayne’s world, party time, excellent! As you can tell I’m a happy Chappy this morning after reading that Mike Myers saying that Wayne’s world 3 could happen. Whoa stop this press, this thing is huge. I think it was obvious to you all from my first line that im a huge fan of Wayne’s world. So lets see what this is all about!
Are we about to get a Wayne’s World revival?
In 1992, the first Wayne’s World movie was brought to the big screen and was full of awesomeness. The sequel which arrived just a year later in 1993, didn’t fare so well, and there was a lot of turmoil around the set. Personally I loved Wayne’s World 2, I just wanted to clear that up!
It was said that Mike Myers was feuding with both the director and his co-star Dana Carvey. After just two movies, sadly the saga was short-lived for many reasons. But have no fear, it sounds like Wayne might be gearing up for another big screen adventure. I for one will be heading to the box office with a giant bucket of popcorn for this one.
In the 24 years, yes that right I said 24 years since Wayne’s World hit theaters. Dana Carvey and Mike Myers have stopped their fude, and have even appeared together in character on SNL in the years since, including a very popular sketch they did for the show’s 40th Anniversary special.
While speaking with CTV, Myers revealed that he is Thinking its the time to be putting back on the mullet wig and baseball cap for another go. As he’s interested as im sure we all are to see what Wayne looks like this further on in life. He states this about the possibility of Wayne’s World 3.“It would be an interesting examination of Wayne at 50. I don’t know what it would look like, but the idea of it makes me laugh and Dana (Carvey) and I had a blast at the 40th anniversary, so I don’t know.”
Trevor Schindeler has spent over 23 years trying to get anyone to read his Wayne’s World 3 pitch. He had this to say about the idea at the time.
“Wayne’s World, starring Mike Myers as Wayne and Dana Carvey as Garth, was released in 1992. Wayne’s World 2 was released in 1993. Shortly thereafter, the plot line for Wayne’s Leisure World came to mind and I felt compelled to write a synopsis. On July 7, 1993, I registered my work with the Writers Guild of American, West, Inc. Being young and naively optimistic, much like Wayne and Garth themselves, I assumed that I could get someone inside Fortress Hollywood to read my work.
Surely, Hollywood is looking for great stories. I sent out query letters to everyone associated with the Wayne’s World franchise including producers, directors, writers, and actors. I was stonewalled. No one would even read my synopsis”
Who knows maybe Myers finally took a look at the script?