In an interview at the Dan Patrick Display, Kevin Costner spoke back to a query from Patrick relating to his persona of Crash Davis returning as a supervisor for a minor league staff in a “Bull Durham” sequel with a fairly direct resolution:
“I may just if Ron [Shelton] wrapped his fingers round it and were given it to that time the place he idea it was once just right and I believed it was once just right…I will do a sequel, it hasn’t been part of my profession make-up however…”
Costner went on to give an explanation for that he feels sequels this present day that apply just right motion pictures by no means actually finally end up hitting the mark, just for studios to make an apology for it after which put extra money into a 3rd movie. Alternatively, the Academy Award-winning actor did appear open to the speculation of a “Bull Durham” sequel beneath the correct prerequisites — particularly if the movie’s authentic director, Ron Shelton, was once on board and idea the script was once just right sufficient. That is fairly unsurprising, as Costner has persisted to center of attention on relationships with administrators for initiatives like “Yellowstone.” Simplest time will inform if baseball fanatics after all get to see Crash Davis on-screen once more within the close to long run.