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.
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.
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.
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.
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