Unlike the original film, Brucifer would have seen Bruce examining the darker side of powers following the death of his girlfriend (played by Jennifer Aniston).
While the hit 2003 comedy Bruce Almighty did eventually receive a sequel, the writers behind the original film had something else entirely in mind for what the future of the series was going to hold.
Unfortunately for those behind that, Evan Almighty was considered a flop by almost all metrics and never attained the success of its predecessor.
“We went in and pitched it, but it never quite worked out because it was later on …
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