Mike Myers has opened up about the possibility of making another installment to Wayne's World, and he sounds totally optimistic about the idea. The 53-year-old comedian/actor addressed doing a sequel while making the rounds to promote his new book, Mike Myers Canada.
"It would be an interesting examination of Wayne at 50," Myers stated. "I don't know what it would look like, but the idea of it makes me laugh and Dana (Carvey) and I had a blast at the [SNL] 40th anniversary, so I don't know."
The SNL reference was, of course, to the 40th anniversary celebration of the show back in February of 2015 when the hilarious duo reunited as their characters Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar to count down the top 10 things about the show.
The rumors of another sequel to Wayne's World have been circulating for some time now as Hollywood has been trending towards projects that target our '90s nostalgia.
In Myers book, Mike Myers Canada, he writes about his character Wayne Campbell, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and his relationship with his beloved Canada. The book is due out in October.
During the interview when Myers discussed Wayne's World 3, he also briefly discussed his Austin Powers films and the future of the franchise. When asked whether he is working on a fourth Austin Powers movie, he stated, "Everything is being negotiated and worked out and all that stuff."
Would you like to see Mike Myers and Dana Carvey make Wayne's World 3?
[H/T Consequence of Sound]