Terry Crews Teases A “White Chicks” Sequel

Terry Crews wants a “White Chicks” sequel just as much as we do.

The “America’s Got Talent” host is down to reprise his role as the basketball star, Latrell Spencer, and we can’t contain our excitement. The 50-year-old actor was attending the AGT season 14 red carpet kickoff earlier this week when he teased a possible “White Chicks” sequel.

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Are you ready for another “A thousand years” cover by Latrell????

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Just recently, Marlon Wayans revealed that he and his co-creators were discussing for a second installment of the comedy. When asked about joining a second movie, Crews told Us Weekly:

I would love one! I’m staying in shape for White Chicks 2!….. I will never get out of shape — you know that, right? I will be 75 and say, ‘Here we go, I’m ready to go!’

I will never, ever get out of shape because that movie’s going to happen one day.

One can only hope…

As for Wayans, he also spoke about the possibility of a sequel when he appeared on MTV’S TRL in March 2018. Speaking for a live audience, the 46-year-old actor said:

Is White Chicks 2 happening anytime soon? I don’t know. But there’s been a lot of rumblings happening.

A lot of people want us to do it. So me and my brothers have been talking. So if things go right, we hope to do a White Chicks 2.

“White Chicks” is about two disgraced FBI agents who go undercover to protect hotel heiresses, Wilson sisters, from a kidnapping. While many loved the comedy, others thought it was ‘silly’.

Why don’t you watch the trailer below and decide for yourself?

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As for the possible sequel of the movie, fans seemed to have conflicting opinions. While I’m desperate for a second movie, others, well, aren’t.

One person commented:

Nooooooo, leave it alone. First one is a classic and we don’t need a disappointment lol.

While Vannick Douglas added:

No, please don’t. There’s too much creative within their family to warrant a sequel over something fresh. That brand of humor doesn’t work in 2018 and given the track record of every comedy sequel, it’s very difficult to top the original.

What about you? Do you think a sequel is a good idea?


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