Red Notice director Rawson Marshall Thurber says he’d potentially make a Dodgeball series dependent on the 2004 movie. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story was Thurber’s first movie, which he both composed and coordinated. The film starred Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Christine Taylor, Rip Torn, Justin Long, Stephen Root, Joel David Moore, Chris Williams, Jason Bateman, Missi Pyle, and then some. The parody pits two opponent dodgeball groups, one headed by Vaughn and one headed by Stiller, against one another at a yearly Dodgeball competition in request to win control of the other’s separate exercise center.
A continuation of Dodgeball has for quite some time been rumored, however has never worked out as expected. Notwithstanding, Thurber says he’s actually open to exploring it. Talking to Deadline, the director was offered with the conversation starter of continuing Dodgeball as a TV show, conceivably starring Johnson and Reynolds in opposing groups against Vaughn and Stiller. Thurber said he’d “never say never,” yet that he’d never initially considered Dodgeball a series until then, at that point. He proceeds to say he’s “truly pleased” of the film and that a series would need to be “the right take” in request to make it a reality. Here is his full statement:
“You know what — never say never. I never considered Dodgeball a series, yet that really may be enjoyable. I’m truly glad for Dodgeball — it’s my first film and something individuals still truly like it appears. I would say never say never, and it would need to be the right interpretation of it. In any case, better believe it, possibly.”
The popularity of Dodgeball can’t be put into words. It’s a frequently cited parody jewel with some incredible characters. Everybody plays dependent upon some sort and it makes for an engaging film that is ready with personality (just as satire gold). A spin-off of Dodgeball feels like an easy decision as far as execution, as it would truly be more about getting the characters back, rather the creating an intricate story. Thurber seems to have his sights set on different activities, in any case, as do Stiller and Vaughn, however more abnormal spin-offs have occurred, so Thurber’s “never say never” feels like the adept reaction to the possibility of more Dodgeball.