- Leon Schuster is back in the headlines, but this time it's because he is working on another movie
- The actor and director said the show must go on after Showmax pulled his videos from the streaming site due to protests
- Mzansi social media users had mixed reactions to the news that Mr Schucks was getting ready to release new material
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Mzansi social media users have had mixed reactions to the announcement that Leon Schuster is working on a Mr Bones 3 movie. The first 2 movies made a total of R74 million in cinemas alone.
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According to entertainment blogger Phil Mphela, Leon Schuster is working on a new instalment of of the hit slapstick comedy Mr Bones.
According the the blogger, Mr Bones 1 & 2 made R31-million and R43-million in cinemas respectively, going on to make more millions in DVD sales and TV rights. Social media users, however, had mixed reactions to the news.
Twitter user me_siviwe said:
"Given the recent Leon Schuster outrage of 'appropriation', I doubt the woke generation will support the sequel. Yet again, haters tend to watch just to critique so the movie might actually be a commercial success after all."
"Bring it on Schuster. Those who don't like Leon can continue watching American contents on Netflix."
"Bring it on Schuster. Those who don't like Leon can continue watching American content on Netflix"
"Netflix said they are interested in Schuks movies, so we gonna enjoy it digitally too."
"Mr Bones in 2020. I'm not saying anything."
"Akho need ke yhaz, can this guy stop already?"
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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Leon Schuster opened up about his films being removed from Showmax. The streaming service said the movies have been canned as a precautionary measure. Schuks has revealed that he was upset by the decision but would not fight it.
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