Netflix Just Answered All Your Burning Questions About the Father of the Bride Reunion
Netflix has just dropped the official trailer for the Father of the Bride reunion coming to fans' small screens on Friday, Sept. 25.
Welcome to the '20s, Mr. Banks!
While it's no secret this is a year most would prefer to forget, there's one thing that fans can look forward to in 2020: a Father of the Bride reunion. On Sept. 22, Netflix made the exciting announcement that the Banks family would be returning for a "special event," nearly 30 years since the 1991 remake's debut. In the classic words of Franck Eggelhoffer, "Hallooo!"
On Thursday, Netflix got fans even more pumped by dropping the official trailer for Father of the Bride Part 3 (ish). While the visual doesn't give away much, it does confirm the Banks family are together in 2020. And, as could have been expected, George Banks (Steve Martin) is not taking the coronavirus pandemic lightly.
"I'm just washing my hands!" you can hear him tell wife Nina (Diane Keaton). "One more 'Happy Birthday' to go!"
In addition to Martin and Keaton, the trailer confirms alums Martin Short, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kieran Culkin and George Newbern will be returning as will "a few special guests."
As for how to watch, there's only one day more to wait.
"TOMORROW, Friday, September 25th, The Banks Family reunites 25 years later for a very special event to benefit World Central Kitchen," the streaming service announced. "Watch right here on the Netflix YouTube channel live at 3pm PT/6pm ET." Fans can also watch on Netflix's Facebook page.
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The film and its sequel, both box office hits, revolved around George and Nina Banks and their family as they prepared first for the wedding of their daughter, Annie, and later, her and Nina's simultaneous pregnancies.
While there's no telling what exactly they're up to in 2020, we do know every party has a pooper and you shouldn't be one of them, so make sure to tune in to this highly anticipated reunion.
And, as we count down the hours to the big event, check out the trailer above!
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