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David Spade has revealed in a recent profile in “Esquire magazine” that his longtime collaborator named “Chris Farley” had expressed interest in reuniting for a third feature film together about two months before his death took place.

Towards the end of their runs on the “Saturday Night Live,” the two comedians had joined a forced to headline in the 1995 buddy comedy “Tommy Boy.” Although the film had not been a box office hit (it had grossed only $32 million worldwide), it had become a bonafide cult classic, all thanks to its home video online release. Spade and Farley quickly reunited a year later for the project called “Black Sheep.”

“Two years after ‘Tommy Boy’ had come out, they had told us it had made $100 million on the video. We couldn’t even believe it,” Spade had said. “It had really grown over time. We had talked about doing another one, but Farley had wanted to do more than just a drama, so I suggested, ‘Go do that.’ I ran into him two months before he had died and he was like, ‘Everyone always seems to talk about ‘Tommy Boy’ and ‘Black Sheep.’ It is not as much fun out there. Let us try to get one of them going again.’ … I think about Farley every day. I have his old coat from ‘Tommy Boy.’

Farley had ultimately followed the consecutive Spade movies with the back in 1997 comedic named “Beverly Hills Ninja.” His last two movies, called “Almost Heroes” and “Dirty Work,” had both been released posthumously back in 1998. Farley died of a drug overdose in December 1997 at the age of 33 years.

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