There may be a Full House mini-reunion soon. Dave Coulier, who played Joey on the hit sitcom, told the Syracuse Post-Standard that he has a "huge, great, really cool" project planned with his former co-stars Bob Saget and John Stamos. Coulier played jokester Joey on Full House, while Stamos played resident rocker Jesse, and Saget the neat-freak Danny.
"I think the scope of the project we're doing is going to be so large — you'll see what I'm talking about in 10 days," the actor said. "It's going to be on the Internet, on television, everywhere."
A Full House reunion would certainly fit into this category. And even if Coulier, Saget and Stamos will not be reprising their famous characters in this new project, the fact that they are working together in general is noteworthy.
Watch the final scene from Full House below.
Sadly, Coulier did not mention whether his other former Full House co-stars will join the reunion. The entire cast came together in 2012 for the show's 25th anniversary, and since then rumors have run rampant about a possible sequel.
In November, a Disney Treasures article claimed Full House creator Jeff Franklin was planning a reunion series focused on daughters D.J. (Candace Cameron-Bure) and Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin) as adults. The story also claimed that the adult cast members would reprise their original roles, as well. But this Full House reunion story was actually a hoax taken from an April Fools' Day story on ScreenRant.
So as of now, it is unclear whether the Full House cast would be up for a reunion movie or sequel. Cameron-Bure, for her part, told Good Morning America that she is all for it. She already had a mini-reunion of her own in September 2013, when she met up with Saget and Stamos at the Starlight awards.
"Everyone talks about it and we've all talked about it," Cameron-Bure said of a Full House reunion. "But who knows? ... It'd be really fun. I've always said I'd be up for it if it happens."
But not everyone agrees with Cameron-Bure about a Full House reunion. Lori Loughlin, who played Becky on the series, told E! Online in October that she did not think a movie or sequel was a good idea.
"I don't think that there are any plans for a movie," Loughlin said. "If it were a really good script and a great project, but sometimes I think that it's better off to leave those TV shows as they were and not do reunion shows."
But even Loughlin got in on the Full House reunion fun last summer. When Stamos performed with Jesse's band, The Rippers, on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Loughlin was there to give her sitcom husband a big smooch at the end.
Watch Jesse and the Rippers' Full House reunion below.