David Spade’s ‘Wrong Missy’ Sequel Not Happening, Lauren Lapkus Says


Lauren Lapkus and David Spade
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Did she receive a large collection of knives at her bridal party? Tim finally found the right person in The Wrong MissyHowever, a second Netflix film is unlikely.

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“I don’t think a sequel is happening. We did talk about the prospect of that, but I think we’re excited about doing different things and that was such a fun movie,” Lauren LapkusHe was the title character in the comedy opposite. David SpadeExclusively told Us Weekly. “I was so shocked by the reach of that movie and how much people enjoyed it. It was such a great time and it was so much fun to make.”

The Wrong MissyIn May 2020, he signed up for the streaming service and followed Tim Spade (the man who invited his dream girl to a Hawaii-based work retreat). The only problem is that he accidentally texted the wrong Missy — a woman he had to literally escape from during a terrible first date.

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“Getting to have these relationships with those guys was the biggest takeaway for me, getting to work with David and Adam SandlerAnd all those guys, and have that experience as a part of Happy Madison [Productions] movie,” the Good GirlsAlum, 36, told Us. “I had gotten to do that in a really small way [before]. I was in the film Blended. I had a few lines. It was great to be able to play the big part with them again. It was just fun. I feel really grateful for that experience.”

Although Tim’s nightmare continued in Hawaii, the pair eventually fell for each other in the end. “I think they’re so in love,” Lapkus told UseIt predicted where the characters would be today. “I think it’s a really tumultuous relationship, but they make it work and they probably have, like, five kids and Tim is constantly stressed.”

Lapkus, along with her husband, have welcomed Holly, a baby girl. Mike CastleHe is now scheduled to be the CBS multi-cam comedy pilot Sober CompanionKrysta Rodriguez

“It’s really fun to do films because you’re able to do it in a couple months and have a full story and come to a conclusion, and it’s really gratifying in that sense and it lives kind of forever in a capsule. But what I really love about TV is that it changes from week to week and different things can happen,” the American Dad!The actress explained. “The story line can go in ways you don’t expect. And if you’re lucky enough to be on a show that goes for a few seasons, this character can have totally different things happen to them and amazing arcs. So I think that’s a really fun thing about TV just that it can keep going. One thing that’s good about both is that with all these streaming services, people are discovering things later.”

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Since 2005, Lapkus has become more selective about the roles she accepts. “One thing that’s exciting about now is that I could say no, which when you’re starting out, you never would say no to pretty much anything,” she told Us. “One thing that is so important to me is the people that I’m working with, and I’m really grateful that the projects that I’ve been doing lately are all with people that I really love and have so much fun with. And that makes it feel really good because you at least know that you’re working with people who have the intention to create something great. That’s what’s been so great about some of these recent jobs that I’ve had.”

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