The Banks family returns to the screen.
The cast of the beloved film “Father of the Bride” reunites for a special event on Netflix on Friday, almost 30 years after its premiere in 1991. The sequel to the film “Father of the Bride: Part II” premiered in 1995.
The streaming service released the trailer for “Part 3ish” earlier this week and features Steve Martin, Diane Keaton, Martin Short, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kieran Culkin and George Newbern.
In the teaser clip, fans can hear Martin as Patriarch George Banks say to his on-screen wife, Keaton, “I’m washing my hands! Happy Birthday again’!”
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“TOMORROW, Friday, September 25, the Banks family reunites 25 years later for a very special event to benefit World Central Kitchen,” Netflix reported. “Watch here on the Netflix YouTube channel live at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET. Fans can also watch on the Netflix Facebook page.
Williams-Paisley, who played Martin and Keaton’s daughter, told the TODAY show: “I think this is meant to be a giveaway for fans of the ‘Father of the Bride’ movies, and we hope. also that this will raise funds for World Central Kitchen. ”
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During her forties, Nancy Meyers, who wrote the original screenplay, wrote a few new scenes after considering what the Banks family would do in 2020.
« [Meyers] said, “What if we made one to help people affected by the pandemic feed themselves?” “We said that sounds like a great idea,” Martin explained. And I cleared my schedule, which was very busy. And we did. ”
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He added, “The scenes are written in such a touching way and of course everyone was so much fun. “