Earlier this month, we saw the return of the iconic '80s drama Dallas. Could there be a return of LA Law? Corbin Bernsen, who played lawyer Arnie Becker in the original NBC series for eight seasons in the late '80s and early '90s tells ET, "One of my secret wishes and desires is to bring back my character Arnie Becker which would be a little bit like bringing back J.R. with or without the full cast."
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Corbin hit the red carpet in LA to celebrate the premiere of 25 Hill, the indie film he wrote and directed, along with fellow cast members Nathan Gable, Bailee Madison, Rolonda Watts, Tim Omundson, and Maureen Flannigan.
Since the film is centered around 11-year old Trey Caldwell, played by Nathan Gamble, and his soapbox derby car, Corbin and cast took over a Hollywood street and held their very own soapbox derby.
In the film Trey's dad is killed in Afghanistan, and instead of giving up hope, Trey finds a way to compete in and help revive the faltering soapbox Derby in Akron, Ohio. 25 Hill refers to the hill where Terry practices his derby skills in Taft, California.
Corbin says he wanted to make this film because, "Nothing represents and has great values as family like the great American soapbox derby. The derby was in trouble and you know I wanted to help them at the same time." 25 Hill will be released nationally on July 3.