“Drake & Josh” followers rejoice!
The as soon as at-odds co-stars Drake Bell and Josh Peck are purchasing a brand new present, Bell revealed Thursday.
And it’s not your typical reboot, the 32-year-old actor advised Folks Journal from the iHeartRadio Music Awards pink carpet. “[The show] is going to be far more inventive, method cooler than simply you already know the faculty years or one thing like that,” he defined, whereas conserving the total idea hush-hush.
“I’m excited,” Bell mentioned, including that the duo is in talks with a number of networks.
A sitcom a few new pair of odd-couple stepbrothers who get used to sharing the similar roof, “Drake & Josh” ran on Nickelodeon from 2004-2007. The present was an plain hit, however in 2017, followers have been crushed to study that the charismatic comedians — who had a lot onscreen chemistry — weren’t precisely besties in actual life.
Bell was not happy when he realized he was not invited to Peck’s June 2017 wedding ceremony. He tweeted — after which deleted — his ideas on the snub, as US Weekly reported at the time.
“True colours have come out right this moment,” Bell wrote. “Message is loud and clear. Ties are formally lower. I’ll miss you brother.”
In the meantime, a supply advised US Weekly that Peck was “actually damage” by Bell’s public response, explaining that “Josh had a really small wedding ceremony” and the onetime shut colleagues hadn’t spoken in years.
Fortuitously, the two actors have been in a position to restore the rift shortly thereafter, in August 2017, with Peck posting a YouTube vlog about his reunion with Bell at the MTV Video Music Awards. The video exhibits Drake & Josh strolling arm-in-arm, with Peck saying coyly: “You’re welcome, childhood.”
Now, apparently, the feud is historic historical past.
On the prospect of working with Peck once more, Bell advised Folks: ‘“We’ve identified one another for thus lengthy, and it actually is as soon as in a lifetime in this business that you just get to work with any person and it clicks like that.”
How’s that for concord?