'Fuller House' Season 2 Premiere: Olsen Twins? Candace Cameron Bure Gets Frank! Season 3 Moving To Real 'Full House'?
Candace Cameron Bure wants everyone to stop asking the cast of "Fuller House" about the Olsen twins. The actress dished some frank replies when the subject of Mary Kate and Ashley was broached yet again in a recent interview.
Sitting down with Glamour, the actress said that she's tired of hearing questions about the Olsen twins' return on "Fuller House" the most. The answer hasn't changed since the show was rebooted and for Candace Cameron Bure, being asked time and again about Mary Kate and Ashley is "repetitive" and old.
"It's been two seasons already," Candace Cameron Bure said. "If they show up, great, but if they don't, we have this awesome, amazing show that the audience isn't missing anything because it's so full as it is," she adds.
The actress emphasized that there is no hard feelings between the rest of the cast and the Olsen twins. She believes everyone, including Mary Kate and Ashley, has had enough of the speculations about their return on "Fuller House."
Meanwhile, the successful sitcom might already be up for a third season renewal even before Season 2 airs. It looks like the cast could be moving into the real house by then.
'Full House' Creator Purchases Original Tanner House in San Francisco (Exclusive) -- yep, I bought it. Pretty cool! https://t.co/AdNImJAh5K— jeff franklin (@fullhouseguy) December 1, 2016
According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Fuller House" creator Jeff Franklin has purchased the actual "Full House" estate in San Francisco. He plans to use the very real house for filming and exhibits for the fans.
"I'm so sentimental about the house," Jeff Franklin said. He saw this house 30 years ago and decided it will be where the Tanners will "live" when he created "Full House."
The site apparently gets visitors daily to simply shoot the front door and the façade. Now that he owns it, he's planning to change the interiors to match the studio house's interiors.
The reconstruction will take six months but it will be worth the wait. "It's great to have the house in our Full House family and be able to preserve it for the fans."
"Fuller House" Season 2 is a week away from premiering on Netflix. All 13 episodes will be out on the streaming site on Friday, Dec. 9, at 12:00 a.m. PST.