Iconic Hollywood film WILL get sequel with original actors 20 years on, says star | The Sun
THE leading lady of a huge Hollywood film has confirmed it is set to return with a sequel – 20 years later.
The actress – who starred alongside Lindsay Lohan in the Disney comedy film – said the reboot would be happening.
Jamie Lee Curtis starred in the original Freaky Friday film back in 2003, where she played mum Tess Coleman.
Joined on screen by Lindsay, 36, as daughter Anna, the pair accidentally swap bodies in a hilarious turn of events.
Freaky Friday, which was a remake of the original film released in 1976, was a huge success in Hollywood.
So much so – that for more than two decades, fans have been calling for the film to have its own sequel.
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Now, Jamie, 64, has teased that it could finally be happening at the Producers Guild Awards over the weekend.
Talking to Variety, Jamie said of her hopes for a second Freaky Friday film: "It's going to happen."
"Without saying there's anything officially happening, I'm looking at you at this moment and saying, 'Of course it's going to happen'."
Freaky Friday made a whopping $160million (£133m) worldwide after its release in 2003.
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Disney went on to turn the film into a musical adaptation, which debuted on stage in 2018.
There has been no official confirmation that the film will return, but Jamie has previously hinted she would like to see a Freaky Friday 2.
She told US chat show The View that she wrote to Disney to ask for the follow-up film to be made.
Jamie explained: "I've already written to Disney, my friends at Disney. I was in their new Haunted Mansion movie.
"I'm 64 years old… not today, soon, in a month, whatever, my point is I'm wide open, creatively, I'm wide open.
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