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It looks like a third Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants film is seriously imminent.
Over the past week, co-stars Alexis Bledel, Amber Tamblyn and Blake Lively have all expressed their commitment to making a new film, while also revealing they already have a script in the works, and there’s also a fan campaign rallying behind another sequel.
Did someone say “excited”?
Talk of a third movie was first ignited when Alexis Bledel appeared on The Tonight Show on Friday (April 27) and revealed that the original cast had already “pitched a third movie”.
“We just pitched a third movie and I hope it comes together,” she said. “I would love it.”
Following Bledel’s revelation, co-star Amber Tamblyn confirmed that they’d also written a script for a potential third movie, and that they were waiting for a studio to pick it up.
She made the exciting announcement in a series of Twitter posts following Bledel’s television appearance.
“I realise what I’m about to say regarding the third installment of the Sisterhood franchise is not enough to break the internet, but certainly could crack it,” Tamblyn said.
“Alexis is right. We’ve been pitching and there is a script. A good one. It’s up to a studio now to make the film.
“So far, no luck. So keep your fingers crossed, or, knock down their doors with jeans emojis.”
With a pitch and script both confirmed, Blake Lively then pledged her own support for a Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants 3, teasing a fan movement for the Sisterhood franchise would inspire a studio to go ahead with the project.
“I think it could really happen,” she told Entertainment Tonight.
“I think that people who love the movie want to see it. So, I mean, fans have gotten bigger movies made. Deadpool is all thanks to the fans. So I’m saying we’ll do it.”
No word from America Ferrara (AKA Carmen) yet but, come on: somebody make this happen.
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