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It's been nearly 15 years since the world was introduced to McLovin and his pals in beloved teen comedy Superbad, and fans continue to argue as to whether there should be a sequel, or producers should leave the original alone.
Christopher Mintz-Plasse, who played Fogell aka McLovin, reckons it's such a good movie that there couldn't possibly be a direct sequel - but maybe an all-female cast could work for a follow-up.
Speaking on Glenn Kalina's radio series the actor said: "I've heard from some of the people who made the first one, and I don't think they want to touch it.
"I think they kind of like where it's sitting. And, sometimes if you make a sequel to things, it can kind of damper the first one."
But if Hollywood simply has to dive back into the storyline, then Mintz-Plasse reckons there might just be a way to get it done.
"I think they just want to let it be...If there was a way to do it, [a female version] would be the way, for sure," he added.
That would follow in the footsteps of a multitude of female-led reboots of movies that were previously led by male actors.
People had high hopes for the Ghostbusters reboot, with a strong cast and directorial team - however it didn't quite set the box office alight and is rated at 50 percent on review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes.
Meanwhile, the all-female Ocean's Eleven reboot Ocean's 8 also featured an all-star cast, but only copped 45 percent on the review website.
The critical consensus was listed: "Ocean's 8 isn't quite as smooth as its predecessors, but still has enough cast chemistry and flair to lift the price of a ticket from filmgoers up for an undemanding caper."
An all-female reboot of Pirates of the Caribbean is still on the cards, with Margot Robbie is set to lead and Birds of Prey's Christina Hodson down to write.
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