Alicia Silverstone said the other “Clueless” the movie is unlikely to happen.
Alicia Silverstone has addressed the possibility of a “Clueless” film this week, and it was not good news for the fans of the iconic film of the 1990s.
“People asked me, will there ever be a ‘Clueless’ reunion?” late-night host Jimmy Fallon asked the actress on NBC’s “The Tonight Show.”
Fallon, 43, asked Silverstone about several options, including a sequel or a reboot.
Silverstone, however, was quick to explain to director Amy Heckerling’s stance on a new project.
The 41-year-old said the film maker “has made it clear that they do not want to do another,” later noting that “she is doing a musical on Broadway.”
Fallon quickly had a message for Heckerling.
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“Okay,” he said. “There can be only one thing – I’m just saying – Amy, if you’re watching, people would like to see.”
“Yes,” Silverstone said.
Fallon went on, and [co-star] Paul Rudd to be seen somewhere, I’m just saying. I don’t know, maybe I’m just saying.”
Alicia Silverstone as the protagonist Cher Horowitz in the 1995 film “clueless.”
“We don’t know, we don’t know, okay, nobody knows anything. Well, well,” he added, before giggling and changing the topic to Silverstone, the current TV show, “American Woman.”
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“No clue, the Musical” is scheduled to run from November to December, later this year, according to The New Group, that provides information about Heckerling the off-Broadway project online.
“With her unique voice, she gives us a score which reimagines’ 90s hits in ingenious parodies and desire monologues for its lovelorn characters,” it says.