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Tim Allen's Beard Photo Has Twitter Convinced That Santa Clause 4 Is Happening

by Hunter Miller, PopCulture.com | Posted: 06-20-2017

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LOS ANGELES --- Tim Allen is growing out a beard for his upcoming movie role, and his Twitter followers are convinced that the 64-year-old actor is possibly gearing up for Santa Clause 4.

The star of Last Man Standing tweeted: "Growing a beard for my role in a movie. I think I look like the Most Interesting Man in the World; my opening act says I look more like a grandpa."

The pic shows Allen snapping a selfie while wearing a shirt and tie with his stubbly salt-and-pepper beard coming in. While the Home Improvement alumnus was showing off more facial hair than normal, it isn't quite as full as his look for the Santa Clause films.

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Tim Allen now has more time on his hands to do a movie, now that his ABC sitcom has been canceled by the network. Even though the series had steady ratings over the course of its six-season run, the alphabet network nonetheless decided to pull the plug. Last Man Standing was ABC's most-watched sitcom this past season, beside Modern Family. According to his tweets, the comic was "blindsided" by the network's decision to discontinue the show.

"Stunned and blindsided by the network I called home for the last six years," Allen tweeted. 

ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey recently spoke out on the network's reasons for discontinuing Last Man Standing: "It was a challenging decision for me to make because it was a steady performer in the ratings. Once we made the decision not to continue with comedies on Friday nights, that was where we landed."

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Santa MikeE

He has a way to go before he will make a convincing Santa.

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Santa TJS

No way they would let him use his own beard , The movie used extensive prosthetics to his face and applied hair and beard. They would have to continue with that for consistency. Allen said before he would not do a fourth Santa movie.

 

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Santa Bruce Geron

I enjoy the first film. The quality of costuming, make-up, and the story telling in the entire series has greatly influenced my own North Pole. From what i see here many of us have been positively influenced by this creative work. I agree with Tom, if there were to be a fourth instalment there would need to be continuity in his look. Allen is working actor; he had many other opportunities of scripts beside the role of Santa. He may also be growing his cottage beard for his visit back to Michigan this summer. Who knows...

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Santa Marty
8 hours ago, Santa TJS said:

 

No way they would let him use his own beard

 

Agreed.

I hate to admit it but I have areas of my body (left to ones imagination) with more hair than Tim's Face.  Either way, my "areas" and Tim's Beard would NOT be suitable for a Santa Role in the movies.  Well at least a movie other than a Bad Santa plot.  :whistling:

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Santa Castor

Last time I saw a picture of David Letterman, he may be auditioning.

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On 6/25/2017 at 10:49 AM, Santa Castor said:

Last time I saw a picture of David Letterman, he may be auditioning.

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10.  He is alive

9.

8.

7.

6.

5.

4.

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

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Santa Johnny Boy
18 minutes ago, Santa Marty said:

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10.  He is alive

9.  Somewhat jolly...

8.

7.

6.

5.

4.

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

 

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Caleb Sigmon
6 hours ago, Santa Johnny Boy said:

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10.  He is alive

9.  Somewhat jolly...

8.  Is knowledgable about coal...

7.

6.

5.

4.

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

 

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Santa Castor
8 hours ago, Caleb Sigmon said:

 

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10.  He is alive

9.  Somewhat jolly...

8.  Is knowledgable about coal...

7. He's got the look

 

6.

5.

4.

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

 

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Santa Johnny Boy
6 hours ago, Santa Castor said:

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10.  He is alive

9.  Somewhat jolly...

8.  Is knowledgable about coal...

7. He's got the look

 

6.   Has a HUGE Naughty List...

5.

4.

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

 

 

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Santa Johnny Boy

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10.  He is alive

9.  Somewhat jolly...

8.  Is knowledgable about coal...

7. He's got the look

6.   Has a HUGE Naughty List...

5.   Does his best work while everybody is asleep...

4.

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

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SantaDon

The Top Ten Reasons David Letterman should be Santa

10. He is alive

9. Somewhat jolly...

8.  Is knowledgable about coal...

7. He's got the look

6. Has a HUGE Naughty List...

5. Does his best work while everybody is asleep...

4. Currently not working during "the season."

3.

2.

Commercial Break

And the Number One Reason

#1   ___________________

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