My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 hits theatres this September


Grab your popcorn cause My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 is set to hit theatres worldwide on September 8 this year.

According to a press release from Focus Features, the highly anticipated third film in the My Big Fat Greek Wedding franchise stars Nia Vardalos alongside John Corbett, Louis Mandylor, Elena Kampouris, Maria Vacratsis, Andrea Martin, Elias Kacavas, Gia Carides, Joey Fatone and Melina Kotselou.

Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson and Gary Goetzman produced the film, with Paul Brooks, Scott Niemeyer and Steven Shareshian serving as executive producers.

“We filmed our family reunion entirely in Greece which was thrilling for us all. Plus, we ate for free,” Vardalos said after the release date was announced.

“You are all invited to the big fat family reunion!!” the actress later added on Instagram.

There’s no details yet on the plot of the new movie, but 2016’s My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 followed the story of Toula Portokalos-Miller and her husband Ian years after their marriage and as their daughter applies to colleges.

Source: Focus Features.




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