‘Fuller House’s’ DJ Tanner no longer pregnant and 5 more spoilers

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‘Fuller House’ Plot Spoilers Reveal Major Changes For The Better.

Fuller House has just begun work on its first episode, but executive producers have already made one major change to the original conceit: D.J. “Fuller House” is in production with Netflix and stars Lori Loughlin and Candace Cameron Bure say it absolutely has the feel of the “Full House” — especially since DJ is no longer a pregnant widow, which was deemed a little too dark for the tone of the revival. “She’s actually not pregnant any more,” Bure tells Zap2it at a 2015 TCA press tour event. “The baby’s been born, I think for that very reason we didn’t want to start it out quite so heavy, so some more time has passed than they originally intended.” But when asked how “Full House” boyfriend Steve (Scott Weinger) fits into the show, Bure is tight-lipped. “I wish I could, but I can’t!” she says with a laugh. “But Steve is not dead, fans rejoice!” “I think you’ll learn little bits about him throughout the show, just like you did on the original ‘Full House’,” says Bure. “I don’t know any details of whether they’ll have flashback scenes or anything like that, I have no idea. But we talk about him because you have to when that happens and you have children, it’s something that you have to discuss — discuss those emotions and the healing from it and how to move on with life.” “For sure they did!” says Loughlin. “Can you imagine the series if we were divorced or something? While Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen seem to be sort of done Full House — they’re still just “teetering” on joining the reboot — I certainly haven’t let the series go. That would not go over well. … I’ve always thought they were still a couple that’s happily married and still in love — and they are.” She also adds that Becky is still a news anchor. “It was amazing to be back.

With a family of her own, she still finds the time to entertain her fans of all interests; whether it be through her books, her performance on Dancing With The Stars, or acting (and producing) murder mystery films, she continues to impress the world with her talent and ambition. We do see each other quite a bit, so it’s not like we were some cast that was estranged, we do stay in touch with one another, so maybe that’s why it felt so familiar.” Bure adds, “We are having the time of our lives, really.

With her two books, Reshaping It All and Balancing It All, already on the shelves, Bure is set to add one more on Aug. 1: Dancing Through Life: Steps Of Courage And Conviction (B&H Publishing). Stephanie, now an aspiring musician, and single mother Kimmy — along with Kimmy’s feisty teenage daughter, Ramona — all move in to help take care of D.J.’s two boys — the rebellious 12-year-old J.D. and neurotic 7-year-old Max — and her soon-to-arrive baby. Of course we’ve all been great friends and we hang out all the time, but just to be on the stage together and working together – we’re all pinching ourselves. And she is currently appearing in the film series, Real Murders: An Aurora Teagarden Mystery—not to mention the Fuller House filming is coming up quickly, too. TBH, that sounded kinda dark for a show like “Fuller House.” D.J. and her boys need some time to grieve before Aunt Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Aunt Kimmy (Andrea Barber) move in. “It is tragedy that starts off the show, which was like the original ’Full House,’ but the themes are always heartfelt, it’s always a situation you can always learn something from,” Cameron Bure said. “Tonally, it will feel the same as the original ’Full House,’ which is heartfelt and funny and family friendly but its current.

But it’s current, it’s today’s time.” “We’re so happy that we have Jeff Franklin, who created the original show, because there’s no one that knows the characters better than Jeff,” says Bure. “Really since the show was in the conceptual stages, we started talking about the character and just like with the original show, they writers would always want to know what was going on in our personal lives and what would translate and be relatable to scripts on the show. “It’s really the same for this show. So we’re going to use a lot of my own personal experiences, but we’ll make them D.J.’s in the way that she is a mom.” Although Cameron Bure is a series regular on the new series, it remains to be seen how much some of the other original stars will appear beyond the first episode. “They’re talking about having [me] maybe come back here and there,” said Louglin. “We just need to figure out the dates. That the baby has already been born leaves more room for humor — giving some space from the initial tragedy, and the opportunity to have a cute baby on the set. And setting boundaries, having your own convictions and it’s tough to do something that goes against what you believe, or maybe how you can set boundaries that you can compromise to be able to move forward and yet not go against your own convictions.

I also talk about hateful things that are on social media and how we deal with which people when they don’t agree with us and they can be mean and how we respond and handle those reactions and lots of stuff. But writing the book, for me, was more about really wanting to share it with all of my readers, because I learned so much about myself and I saw that I can do so much more than I ever thought I was capable of.

Plus, it’s exciting that in the past ten years, Becky’s career has been going great and she has moved up from a morning talk show to the nightly news. And I know that your faith is extremely important to you; how has it helped you through growing up in Hollywood and in the spotlight—and maintain such a positive reputation? I’m a real go-getter, I’m a really hard worker and there’s lots of things I want to achieve in my life and, I mean, it is difficult to really balance and do all the things that I do in my life along with my family.

So, I play Aurora Teagarden and she’s a librarian that is the president of this unsolved murder mystery club, so they read books about unsolved murder mysteries. But real-life murders happen around her in her town, and so these are all the stories about Aurora because she finds herself in the middle of these real murders and she’s always trying to figure them out, but the police don’t really want her help. This is based on the books by Charlaine Harris and they’re all best-selling books, so this is the second installment and there’s nine books and they’re fun. Well… I produce these movies as well, so the production aspect takes a few months before we actually start filming the movie and then once we start filming it, that’s like a three- to four-week process. So, when I really came back into the business, which was seven or eight years ago… I probably will always be remembered as DJ Tanner from Full House but it never posed any kind of issues for me.

It’s so nostalgic that there are so many memories behind it and it’s a little bit surreal, and yet it’s exciting because we get to revisit this character that I loved and has been a part of me my whole life. So, we know that you’ve got a book out on Aug. 1, a Hallmark film out in late July, and you’re picking up filming for Fuller House by the end of July. I’ll also be visiting The View because I’ve been guest co-hosting that recently and then I have my new book coming out and then I have several movies that I’ll be doing over the next few years with the Hallmark channel.

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