Mike, Tommy and Kevin breakdown everything that happened in the previous week regarding the news that Emilio Estevez is not returning to Mighty Ducks: Game Changers. They add some insight from their sources, explore how the writers could get rid of Bombay and lay out some theories on who might be filling that role.
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Here is the original story from Nellie Andreeva at Deadline.com.
Emilio Estevez’s PR person still has not responded back to me regarding whether this Instagram account is indeed Estevez. It does appear to be him, however.
Here is Emilio’s Instagram post from Monday:
And here is the article in which the response from Estevez first appeared. Again, it appeared on Deadline.com.
Estevez’s statement was 667 words.
Who else is a candidate to replace Gordon Bombay? We have:
- Josh Jackson
- McCauley Caulkin
- Peter Krauss (He was born in Minnesota!)
- David Spade
- Kel Mitchell
- Kyle Chandler
- Taylor Kitsch
We talked about the steps Vincent LaRusso had to take to get out of his day job to come on the reunion episode last year in Episode .
We talked with Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa last year in Episode .
Big Shot has definitely been renewed for Season 2. It is also set to go back into production some time in 2022.
Kel Mitchell didn’t have any major legal issues but he has been outspoken about how he abused alcohol and drugs while dealing with depression while dealing with a divorce.