War Between ‘Full House’ Sisters Ensues As The Pair Grows Apart!

Former “Full House” co-stars Jodie Sweetin and Candace Cameron Bure find themselves at the center of a new controversy as an independent film project they were involved in has been sold to the Great American Family network, where Bure now holds the position of Chief Creative Officer. Sweetin expressed disappointment over the unexpected development, citing her lack of involvement in the decision-making process and emphasizing her commitment to supporting the LGBTQ+ community.

The film in question, titled “Craft Me a Romance,” has been included in the upcoming lineup of Great American Family, a network that has positioned itself as a promoter of faith-based programming and family entertainment. The project’s sale appears to have sparked tensions, given the differing viewpoints expressed by Bure and Sweetin in the past.

Bure, in her departure from the Hallmark Channel for Great American Family, had stated her intention to create content with more depth and purpose, emphasizing the network’s commitment to traditional marriage and faith-based narratives. These comments had drawn criticism from “Dance Moms” star Jojo Siwa, who found them to be insensitive and hurtful to the LGBTQ+ community. Sweetin, in a show of solidarity, had supported Siwa’s sentiments and demonstrated her support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Bure explained to the Wall Street Journal, “My heart wants to tell stories that have more meaning and purpose and depth behind them. I knew that the people behind Great American Family were Christians that love the Lord and wanted to promote faith programming and good family entertainment.”

This recent turn of events seems to rekindle the tension between Sweetin and Bure, as the film’s sale to Great American Family aligns with Bure’s vision for the network’s content. Sweetin’s statement expressing disappointment underscores the complexities that can arise when actors find themselves connected to projects that are at odds with their personal beliefs and values.

“Sometimes, we, as actors, don’t have control over which network buys the projects we are in nor are we a part of the process in which they get sold,” Sweetin said in a statement to Fox News Digital. “So I was very surprised to learn by reading about it in the press yesterday that the independent film I worked on over a year ago was sold to Great American Family.”

“I am disappointed, but in keeping with my mission of supporting the LGBTQ+ family, any potential or future money made from this sale will be donated to LGBTQ+ organizations.”

It is worth noting that the relationship between Sweetin and Bure has had its ups and downs, as evidenced by Bure’s decision to unfollow Sweetin on social media after the public disagreement last year. Despite these tensions, the former co-stars, along with other members of the “Full House” cast, came together months later for an event called 90s Con.

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