Emilio Estevez received’t return to “The Mighty Geese” franchise sequence after being advised he wanted to be vaccinated in opposition to COVID-19, a report mentioned Friday.
The star of the beloved “The Mighty Geese” movies is not going to be introduced again as Coach Gordon Bombay within the second season of Disney+’s revival present “The Mighty Geese: Sport Changers,” in keeping with Deadline.
The Golden Globe-nominated actor reportedly refused to verify he would adjust to the present’s vaccination coverage.
Disney TV Studios had required the sequence’ main solid and crew to be inoculated in opposition to the virus, and determined to not choose up Estevez’s choice for its second season when he didn’t guarantee the corporate he would fall in line, the outlet reported.
Nevertheless, sources near the 59-year-old, who additionally served as an government producer on the present, advised that inventive variations might need been an element within the energy play, in keeping with the report.
Reps for the actor and the studio producing the present, Disney Tv Studios’ ABC Signature, declined to remark to Deadline.
Estevez, a Staten Island native, is Martin Sheen‘s son and Charlie Sheen‘s older brother.