Dustin Diamond shall be honored in subsequent season’s reboot of Saved by the Bell.
Mario Lopez, who starred alongside Diamond in the course of the present’s authentic run within the ’90s, tells Yahoo Entertainment the solid and crew is engaged on a “special” tribute.
“We’re planning something special we haven’t gotten into yet,” Lopez, who’s selling his partnership with Modelo, shares.
Diamond died on Feb. 1 at age 44, simply weeks after he was identified with lung most cancers. The actor didn’t take part in final 12 months’s Saved By the Bell reboot, which was lately renewed for Season 2. However, he had a shut bond with Lopez through the years, regardless of distancing himself from different authentic solid members.
“We’re going to have our first table read in about a week or so, but we are planning some special,” Lopez provides. “We’re ready to start up again in June and I will be in all those episodes.”
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Lopez has stayed busy in the course of the previous 12 months. Aside from the Saved by the Bell “reimagining,” as he calls it, the Access Hollywood host lately shot a film together with his 10-year-old daughter, Gia. According to Lopez, she might have a future within the business.
“She kind of fell into [acting], but she’s really good. She was making sure I had my lines,” Lopez laughs. “I didn’t want to slow her down. She really liked it.”
Lopez, who shares three children with spouse Courtney Laine Mazza, prefers spending time together with his children on set than throughout a math session. While homeschooling Gia and son Dominic, 7, the tv character realized he is actually dangerous at math.
“I’m the worst homeschool teacher in the world and my math abilities — I couldn’t make it past third grade,” he quips. “I was always awful at. I figured I can handle at least maybe up to sixth grade, but that’s not the case.”
Lopez is raring to get his children again to highschool and is aware of there are heroes exhausting at work making that occur.
Ahead of Cinco de Mayo, Modelo partnered with Lopez to shock healthcare employees at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, Calif. — the place his three youngsters had been born — to thank them for all that they do. Lopez needs to encourage followers to hitch him for a digital toast on Wednesday to honor first responders with the #SaludToCinco marketing campaign.
“They are heroes that are making it possible for everyone to connect again,” Lopez says.
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