The cult 2004 comedy White Chicks may get a sequel according to Terry Crews.
The comedic classic saw two black men masquerade as ditzy middle-class white women in a bid to solve a kidnapping case.
Crews' character was the fictional NFL player Latrell Spencer, who develops a crush on one of the sisters not knowing that they are men. Asked on the red carpet if he would want to star in a sequel, he exclaimed to Us Weekly, "I would love one! I'm staying in shape for White Chicks 2! I will never get out of shape - you know that, right? I will be 75 and say, 'Here we go, I'm ready to go!' I will never, ever get out of shape because that movie's going to happen one day."
The Wayans brothers' movie was certainly a funny flick, but it has come under criticism in some quarters, not only for being a terrible, one-star movie but because of how it portrays white women.
The other lead, Marlon Wayans, seemed to be more cautious of a sequel when asked his thoughts on MTV'S TRL.
"I don't know, but there's been some rumblings happening, and a lot of people want us to do it, so me and my brothers have been talking.
"So if things go right, we hope to do a White Chicks 2."
Sony Pictures had initially intended for a sequel back in 2009 before production was later shelved in 2015, thus rendering the project to Development Hell for the foreseeable future.
Wayans, who has made a name for himself for a host of comedic roles, previously took to Instagram with a poster of the first movie and wrote, "Show of hands who wants to see the sequel to this? 300,000 likes and I may make this our next movie."
The post attracted over 450,000 likes, but as we all know. it's always the studio execs that have the final say.