The original star of Saved by the Bell, contradicts the messages about the role in the remake

Mark-Paul Gosselaar, the original star of the tv series Saved by the Bell, didn’t know there was a remake of the popular show is in the works. “I had to be in the news, like everyone else,” says Gosselaar on Wednesday against Variety.

The statements made by the Dutch, the actor is prominent, as on Tuesday at the presentation of the remake is yet to be announced, was that the show’s producers are in discussion with Gosselaar and some of the other actors who had previously in the series, and played a role in this.

The actor says, “never approached”. He is, by his own admission, be sure to consider if NBCUniversal still would like him to have a role in this. Mario Lopez (Slater) and Elizabeth Berkley (Jessie) times in any case to return with a part to play in the series.

Gosselaar starred in Saved by the Bell, in the role of Zack Morris, for whom the series is from 1989 to 1993 and ran. Also present puberthema of a group of high school students that is central. The series had two spin-offs, and there were a few more television films are produced.

The modern series would be about the character Zack Morris, who is now governor of the state of California and is working. He has come under fire because he has school off for the working class-born students to connect. He suggests that, for these children to go to schools with more affluent students have to send them, including Bayside High, the school in which the focus was on the former Saved by the Bell.

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