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I Love You, Man Star Says Paul Rudd 'Wants To Do' A Sequel

I Love You, Man Star Says Paul Rudd 'Wants To Do' A Sequel

Believe it or not, it's been a whole decade since we saw Peter Klaven (played by Paul Rudd) 'slappin da bass' in I love You, Man - not that you'd be able to tell from Rudd's face, because he seemingly hasn't aged a day.

The hugely popular flick has saw fans begging for a sequel for the past 10 years but, as yet, we've been kept waiting.

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The film was released 10 years ago. Credit: DreamWorks Pictures
The film was released 10 years ago. Credit: DreamWorks Pictures

However, one of the stars of the film has now said Rudd is up for it. Make it happen, Hollywood.

In an interview with JOE, I Love You, Man star Lou Ferrigno, who played himself in the movie, revealed that Rudd was keen to do a second film and that it could be a goer in the future. Amazing news.

"I talked to Paul Rudd," he said. "They want to do it. But I think it is a different time era now, because that movie was about romance and bromance, and I think it is a different situation now. I talked to Paul Rudd about it about a year ago, and there is a chance. I'd love to do it again."

We would love to see it, pal.

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The hit film, which paired Rudd up with Jason Segel, became an instant classic and has a respectable seven out of 10 on IMDB and an impressive 83 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.

Lou Ferrigno has said Paul Rudd would be interested in making a second movie. Credit: DreamWorks Pictures
Lou Ferrigno has said Paul Rudd would be interested in making a second movie. Credit: DreamWorks Pictures

As yet, the nearest fans got to a sequel was a rather brilliant 2011 Funny or Die sketch in which Sydney Fife (played by Jason Segel) and Peter Klaven ended up backstage at Rush - oh and, of course, Rudd got to say 'slappin' da bass' to Rush bassist Geddy Lee.

Earlier this year, Rudd joked at Chicago's Comic & Entertainment Expo that despite his ageless face he's '80 on the inside'.

Speaking while sat alongside his Clueless co-stars, he was asked, for about the millionth time, how he managed to stay so youthful.

"I'm 80 years old on the inside," he said, before pointing to his chest and adding: "In here, pure darkness - and a little moisturiser."

In a previous interview, Graham Norton commented: "Honestly, it is weird. You don't seem to age."

To which he jokingly responded: "I feel awful on the inside."

Want to know what cheer you up, mate? Making a sequel to I Love You, Man.

Featured Image Credit: DreamWorks Picture

Topics: TV and Film

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]

 

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