Quite possibly one of the best 'kid friendly' movies ever made "The Sandlot" recently celebrated it's 25th anniversary. Now the word on the street is that a new script is in the works!
According to Deadline, David Mickey Evans— who wrote and directed the original film— is currently working on a new script to complement his iconic creation. There aren’t any real details concerning the plot of the upcoming movie, but when you consider it’d be hard to make a direct prequel when the original cast was a bunch of preteens, it’s safe to assume it will give us some insight into the background of James Earl Jone’s character, who played in the Negro Leagues back in the days of Babe Ruth.
Hopefully some of the remaining cast will reprise their rolls for the film. The cast memebers have been popping up all over social media recently, in light of the film's anniversary. Including this moment...
Said nice shirt to this dude walking by us and he had no idea what we were talking about. Thought I would capture the moment. pic.twitter.com/mrx5mgNzDm— Patrick Renna (@PatrickRenna) July 25, 2018