Rob Schneider Runs Out Of 'Deuce'
He tells website MovieHole.net, "(I was) chasing a movie to chase a hit (with the first sequel)... It worked before, so we thought the sequel might work. If you're lucky to capture a little bit of magic it's like capturing lightning in a jug. To try and recapture that is foolish. That to me, artistically and financially - the studio made, like, a behemoth amount out of the first one, like $350 million - was such a good lesson. I was kinda relieved when it (the sequel) didn't hit big, because it meant I'll never have to do it again. I don't want to be that guy."
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