Shortly after "Fuller House" released its first teaser, fans can now rejoice with new information on the anticipated Netflix show. It is now revealed that the theme song of this show would be performed none other by "I Really Like You" singer, Carly Rae Jepsen. Other new details of the show have also been released.
On Wednesday night, "Call Me Maybe" singer revealed on her Twitter account that she is collaborating with Butch Walker to sing "Fuller House" opening credits.
Apart from the first, short teaser they released last week, which revealed the launch date of the show and showcased the new and updated house of the family, another promo was rolled out before Christmas. In this newest "Fuller House" trailer, the Tanner sisters (played by Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin, and Andrea Barber) and honorary family member Kimmy Gibbler whipped and needed to remind how their family is all about having fun, even more than a decade later. The clip teases, "Guess who's back? Party's at our house!"
Cast members have been giving interviews after interviews as well, drumming up the excitement for the show.
Recently, one of the original series regulars, Lori Laughlin talked more about filming for "Fuller House" and shared what it feels like to be working with her on-screen partner John Stamos now that she is married in real life. In her interview with Closer Weekly, Laughlin shared that her husband Mossimo Giannulli does not get jealous at all, now that she is reunited with her on-screen hubby. She shared Stamos and Giannulli are friends.
"I'm fortunate that I have a husband who has his own career and his own life," Lori tells Closer. "Mossimo is secure in our relationship, so he's not jealous or threatened by my career, even if I'm working late. My husband's very chill,' she added.
Bure, whose character is now a mother of two in the series also shared how she applied her off-camera mothering skills on camera. Speaking with E News, Bure shared that her on-screen children are very fun to work with. The roles are played by Michael Campion and Elias Harger, two newcomers to the popular series. "They are so good, they are so funny. Casting did a really, really good job. And they went on a very big wide search for these kids, and they came up with winners!" Bure told E News.
Both Bure and Laughlin have shared how surreal and overwhelming it was for them to step back on the set. They have been part for the ABC hit "Full House" and even if the show ended, remained emotionally attached to the show and the other cast members.
Fans cannot wait anymore. "Fuller House" will be officially released on Feb. 26, 2016.