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Most of us have seen Scary Movie and the subsequent sequels.
The spoof film franchise capitalises on legendary horror movies and chucks in a decent load of comedy to boot.
The lead character for the first four films was Cindy Campbell and the films follow how she gets plagued with nothing but horrific yet hilarious circumstances.
She was joined on-screen with her best mate Brenda and the pair get up to some spooky things with a bunch of other characters.
For Scary Movie 5, producers went in a different direction and we were introduced to a bunch of new characters.
But more than two decades after the original film was released, people are calling for Brenda and Cindy to get their own movie series.
You could argue the first four Scary Movie films were about the hilarious duo, but fans on Twitter are desperate for a movie to focus just on them.
A person wrote on the social media site: "The movie we all deserve. Brenda & Cindy."
It sparked tens of thousands of likes and it seemed loads of people supported the idea because actors Anna Faris and Regina Hall are so goddamn good together.
One person wrote: "we literally could've gotten a film series of their own movies, just different adventures every time."
Another added: "Like a comedic Thelma and Louise."
A third suggested someone should ditch the film franchise idea and go for a TV series, writing: "I wouldn't mind a series with 500 seasons."
Anna Faris has revealed why she wasn't in Scary Movie 5 and it's even more of a reason why she should get a series together with Regina Hall.
Speaking to Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Anna explained she has never seen the fifth instalment all the way through.
"Well... truthfully, here's what I think," Faris said to the TV host. "I think I was maybe, I dunno, I always joke that I was too old.
"I dunno, they wanted to like, revamp the brand or whatever, but I thought everyone did an amazing job," Faris added with a sarcastic eye-roll.
She didn't mention anything about linking up with her on-screen pal Regina, but she did give hope to fans of her other cult classic The House Bunny.
"I would love that. I love that movie, it's very dear to my heart... I love it that people still appreciate it, and I have a fantasy of like, I dunno, bringing Shelley (her character) back as a country singer," she said.