Shrunk - Rick Moranis Returns to Acting

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Deadline has reported that Rick Moranis is officially returning to the big screen after a 23-year hiatus (albeit an episode of The Goldbergs and the documentary An Afternoon with SCTV). He will reprise his role of scientist Wayne Szalinski in a new installment of the Honey I Shrunk the Kids franchise but they are going the Vacation route and the film will focus on adult Nick (Josh Gad), who makes the mistake of accidentally shrinking his kids. Original film director Joe Johnston is also returning to direct the new film, which was originally meant to be a Disney+ original, but will now be released in theaters first instead.
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classic.
and totally adorable.
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Deadline has reported that Rick Moranis is officially returning to the big screen after a 23-year hiatus (albeit an episode of The Goldbergs and the documentary An Afternoon with SCTV). He will reprise his role of scientist Wayne Szalinski in a new installment of the Honey I Shrunk the Kids franchise but they are going the Vacation route and the film will focus on adult Nick (Josh Gad), who makes the mistake of accidentally shrinking his kids. Original film director Joe Johnston is also returning to direct the new film, which was originally meant to be a Disney+ original, but will now be released in theaters first instead.
loved rick moranis movies, i hope the movie will be good like others



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The genius of Moranis is he was able to to upstage Murray, Ackroyd and Ramis in Ghostbusters, even though he barely shared the screen with them... and when he was on screen with them at the end on the rooftop, he just fired out line after line, hitting a homerun every time.

The scene at the party in his apartment was done in one take, and he was making up his dialogue as he went along.

Glad he's coming back.
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Finally, his long-awaited return to acting is over. Happy for him.



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I love Rick Moranis and am happy and excited for him.
Same, and heck, I'm happy for all of US.

I swear I can rewatch a movie of his like Little Shop of Horrors like I'm seeing it for the first time because of the performances of him and Ellen Greene.

I loved him in his SCTV days (because SCTV was always funnier than SNL). Very nice news (which I didn't respond to back in February, for some reason!).



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Moranis has been randomly attacked in New York.

https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world...?ocid=msedgdhp

Not even joking. Random guy, walking past him, punches him to the ground, and walks away.

Cops have revealed the video, and a $2500 reward.

Hope they catch him.



I'll be glad to see him back. I liked the story that, after the death of his wife, he deliberately left movies to be a single dad. That's so different from all the narcissism of the movie world that it make me like him.