His character was presumed dead in the sequel, but Phillips believes he could still return for Young Guns 3.
Lou Diamond Phillips, who played real-life Wild West Regulator Jose Chavez y Chavez in both Young Guns and Young Guns II, has hinted that Young Guns 3 could still very well hop back on the saddle at some point.
Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Phillips said Young Guns 3 isn’t entirely off the table, although talk has certainly slowed down. “It’s limbo at the moment…I think they got into a right situation…It isn’t dead, but it isn’t happening right now.” “It’s limbo at the moment…It was chugging away there for a while, but then I believe they got into a right situation…It isn’t dead, but not happening right now.” Many people may only remember the second movie for Jon Bon Jovi’s “Blaze of Glory”, which won a Golden Globe, and could have won the Oscar had it not been for Madonna. Maybe it would be best to get Phillips, Emilio Estevez, Christian Slater, Alan Ruck and the rest together to reunite for a Super Bowl commercial?Young Guns 3 has been teased before. Lou Diamond Phillips revealed that he received the phone call in January 2010 – a year before writer John Fusco announced his announcement. I know Emilio has worked on it and what’s more encouraging is that John Fusco is working with him. “There’s enough ambiguity in Chavez’s death to suggest that he could have survived, just as Billy the Kid did…Did You See the Body? You never saw the corpse! Some people say, “But the spirit came for you.” And I reply, “Yes, but there wasn’t anyone on the back of that spirit horse.” It was a good thing that I and a few other people died off-screen. Do you think there’s enough interest in Young Guns 3
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