Ed Helms Expressed His Feelings If He Will Be Replaced In The Next ‘Vacation’ Movie
Ed Helms expressed his thought if he’s replaced for the next “Vacation” movie.
It’s been a tradition for the film “Vacation” to have different Rusty Griswold; the character was played by Anthony Michael Hall in “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” Jason Lively in “European Vacation,” Johnny Galeck in “Christmas Vacation” and Ethan Embry in “Vegas Vacation”—so it will not be a surprise if Ed Helms, the latest Rusty Griswold will soon be replaced by the Warner Bros.
In Yahoo Movies update, the site caught up with the lead star of the film, Helms, while promoting the film. The actor was then asked some questions came from his fans on social media. One of the users, Kevin Crossman, asked the 41-year-old actor if he’d be sad if he is replaced in the next “Vacation”movie. Helms replied clearly that he would be heartbroken if that had to happen.
“If there’s another Vacation movie and there’s another Rusty, I will understand. But I will be heartbroken, yes.”
But, fans need not worry about this issue as the studio hasn’t announced if there will be another “Vacation” installment, given the facts that the movie received mostly negative reviews in Rotten Tomatoes and it has less than stellar box office numbers.
Cinema Blend reported that the film debuted last week and was behind the movie “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation,” and it barely beat Marvel’s “Ant-Man.
Furthermore, though the film has a promising trailer because of its crazy vacation antics, it still received not-so-good reviews from different movie critic sites.
According to Globe and Mail, the film had so much dead air while Nerdist said it was constantly and oppressively gross, but thanks to the two cameo star Chris Hemsworth and Leslie Mann, it’s not a total waste of time.
Unfortunately, “Ewww!” seems to be all that co-directors / co-writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein is aiming for here. —Nerdist
Meanwhile, Rolling Stone also had its own opinion about the movie; “the gags smack of desperation.”
This reboot of the National Lampoon classic isn’t worth leaving home for—Rolling StoneAdvertisement
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