Last month, we learned that a Full House reboot (the imaginatively titled Fuller House) will be coming to Netflix next year with most of the original cast returning.
The show will focus of Candace Cameron-Bure and her relationships with her sister Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and best friend Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber).
However, the biggest breakout stars from Full House will not be returning for the Neflix incarnation, and it seems that's just fine with the rest of the cast.
Radar Online is reporting that there's a long-standing feud between the Olsen twins and the rest of the Full House cast, and the original Michelle Tanners have made it perfectly clear that they want nothing to do with Fuller House.
“Mary Kate and Ashley are just trying to do some damage control because they had told producers that they have no interest in being in the show that started their careers," says a source close to the show.
“Mary Kate and Ashley are the only ones out of that entire cast that don’t talk regularly. The rest of them have remained a family since the show ended, but no one can really tolerate Mary Kate or Ashley. Everyone kind of knew that this would happen though.”
“Those girls stole the show as Michelle Tanner. But their egos exploded once they turned old enough to realize how famous they were when they were just babies...Frankly, no one really wants them to come back.”
Even Loughlin, who played Michelle's Aunt Becky in the original series, has conceded that the twins (whose net worth has been estimated at $300 million) are just too wealthy to bother with sitcom acting, even if it would mean reuniting with their onscreen family.
“It doesn’t matter how much money they get paid, they don’t care," Loughlin said in a recent interview.
As Stephanie Tanner would say, how rude!