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Will Ferrell Teases A Wedding Crashers Sequel Is In The Works

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Will Ferrell Teases A Wedding Crashers Sequel Is In The Works

It's been nearly a decade and a half since we were treated to the hilarious romantic comedy about two guys who like to pick up women at weddings they weren't invited to.

Wedding Crashers spawned a million memes and GIFs way before they were a thing to be sent to all your mates.

While the film was wrapped up in a nice, little bow, it seems like a sequel could be on the way.

Credit: New Line Cinema
Credit: New Line Cinema
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Will Ferrell, who played the creepy funeral crasher Chaz, has teased that a follow up is in the works.

Speaking to E! News, he said: "Wedding Crashers 2, yeah. I think we can just say it's being written.

"How about if it's just the lawyers representing everyone in divorce court? And just make it like a legal courtroom drama, not funny at all."

He was doing promotional work with Rachel McAdams, who also starred in Wedding Crashers, for their new Netflix film together, titled Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.

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When asked whether she would be down for a sequel, McAdams said: "I got to work with Owen again on Midnight in Paris, so that was super fun.

Credit: New Line Cinema
Credit: New Line Cinema

"And I worked with Vince again on True Detective, now I'm just remembering it. But those were very different. So yeah, it'd be nice to go back and have a romp."

Until more information comes to hand, it's worth getting excited about the Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga film because it looks absolutely wild.

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The Anchorman star has teamed up with long-time collaborator Andrew Steele, who's also the creative director of film/TV production company Funny Or Die and a former head writer on Saturday Night Live.

This will be Ferrell's second film with Netflix. Back in May, Ibiza - a comedy starring Gillian Jacobs (from Netflix series Love) that Ferrell also produced - was released. A romantic comedy, it was directed by Alex Richanbach and was apparently based on a real life story.

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is released on Netflix today (June 26).

Featured Image Credit: New Line Cinema

Topics: Entertainment, TV and Film

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