Stop! Before you begin to worry -- so far this is only a pipe dream, one that suggests that one Rebecca Romijn was a stabilizing influence. It seems that ol' Uncle Jesse told The New York Daily News that he's conceptualizing a Full House feature film. John Stamos said: "I'm working on a movie idea, but it wouldn't be us playing us. I'm not 100% sure, but it would probably take place in the first few years" of the series that ran from 1987 to 1995.
He's so into the idea that he's even got casting ideas. He wants James Franco to take on his role, and he thinks Steve Carell should play Danny Tanner while Tracy Morgan plays Joey Gladstone "because he's funny." Moviefone then helped out suggesting Zac Efron as Jesse, Zach Galifianakis as Joey, Miley Cyrus as D.J., and Elle Fanning as Stephanie.
I'm going to agree with the choices -- not because I like them, but because the ideas fill me with the same repulsion the show did, so they must be on the right track. But what could Stamos be thinking? What on earth makes the story cinematic? I could maybe buy the Camerons making an uber Christian version, but would any of you actually pay money to see this? I'm just hoping that this is Stamos amusing himself by inciting rumor mayhem. But if not...
Do you think you could do better casting this ill-conceived sucker?