My Big Fat Greek Wedding arrived in theaters way back in 2002, starring Nia Vardalos and John Corbett, who was fresh off of Sex and the City. Thirteen years later, there’s a sequel on the way. Eh, we’ll probably watch it.
In 2002, Vardalos’s comedy about finding love with Ian “toast family” Miller and breaking out of her parents’ protective shadow was a big hit. The movie earned $368.7 million worldwide (and was made for a relatively paltry $5 million) and even spawned a short-lived television show, which featured Yanni. Now, since Hollywood has run out of ideas, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is hitting theaters in March 2016. This is really the sequel we all deserve, right?
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