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Kirstie Alley is ready to make a fourth, “Look Who’s Talking.”
The actress appeared on “The talk,” where she was asked if she saw a part of the franchise, which will co-star with John Travolta in the future.
“You know, John and I are both really, really want to do it because we think it’s funny that we are the children,” the 69-year-old actress said. “Our kids are ugly-so that we can still be the star, and then to their grandchildren can be really cute.”
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She added: “But we don’t know what’s happening, we heard a rumor that they were doing it, but I don’t know if it’s with us or without us.”
The series began with 1989’s “Look Who’s Talking,” ” the story of Mollie (played by Lane), got pregnant from a married man’s child, and the finding of love, and a father figure for her child to be a taxi driver (played by Travolta). The new-born baby’s point of view and is narrated by a voice-over by Bruce Willis.
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In the sequel, “Look Who’s Talking Too,” was introduced, with a new baby in the family, with the voice of Roseanne Barr in the “Look Who’s Talking Now,” with Danny DeVito and Diane Keaton in the cast to be the voice of the family dog.
In July, 2019, Deadline reported that a film was in the works from writer-director Jeremy Garelick.
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“What excited me about it, and I have four children, including twin boys, and this is something that they will be able to see and be a part of the experience that I had with my wife,” Garelick said in a statement that it is obtained by dividing the exhaust at the moment.
He went on to say, “Like, figuring out how to manage these children, and all of the errors that occur. Then add in the votes that have been implemented for facial expressions, and the like, seems like a fun thing to do. Everyone can relate to a baby. The challenge was that it was going to be a good film, and Travolta, and Kirstie Alley had great chemistry, and Amy Heckerling has written a great script. We are still in the early stages of figuring out what the story is for the modern-day version of the movie.”