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Bully Explains “A Christmas Story”

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Bully Explains “A Christmas Story”

Bully Explains “A Christmas Story” | A follow-up to the iconic 1983 film A Christmas Story that TBS airs on a loop for 24 hours during the Christmas season, has its world premiere today on HBO Max. The movie produced numerous iconic scenes, including “You’ll shoot your eye out,” “Tongue frozen to a flagpole,” and “The Leg Lamp.”

Consequently, why on earth did it take 39 years to create a sequel?

Attempts have been made throughout the years to reunite the original actors in a new movie, according to Zack Ward, who portrayed notorious bully Scut Farkus in the first and is back for the sequel. None, however, possessed the same soul as the original.

There have been several efforts to make a sequel, however the screenplays only attempted to repeat the events in the first. They seemed corny. Additionally, Peter Billingsley, who played Ralphie in the original, had to be involved and central to it. He passed because he was either too busy or the writing wasn’t appropriate, according to Ward.

HBO Max Version

What made the HBO Max version different? “The story. When Nick Schenk got hold of it, his rendition retained the original’s spirit without being cliched. He wasn’t attempting to replicate every rhythm and moment exactly as they were in the original. It didn’t seem like a shoddy imitation of the original, according to Ward.

It’s true that there have been a few attempts over the years at new Christmas Story movies, but it’s difficult to consider them true successors.

A Summer Story, which was produced in 1994, had a different cast from the 1983 original since kids grow up. The young actors were all ten years too old because the sequel took place only a few months after the first.

Despite getting favourable reviews, Summer failed to draw a sizable viewership. Another movie, A Christmas Story 2, from 2012, had a new cast and wasn’t based on the same Jean Shepherd stories as the first and second films. The ratings weren’t good.

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The new HBO Max film has a strong relationship to the previous one because it stars Billingsley, Ward, and a few other original cast members. It takes place in 1973, 30 years after the first. Ralphie brings his family to the house to spend Christmas with his widowed mother.

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