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'Hot Tub Time Machine' Sequel May Happen Without John Cusack

January 16, 2013 (6:45 am) GMT
MGM reportedly wants a follow-up installment to the Steve Pink-directed comedy, which didn't claim box office success but became a massive home entertainment hit in 2010.
'Hot Tub Time Machine' Sequel May Happen Without John Cusack

Will there be a sequel to ""? Words are, MGM is currently eyeing a follow-up to the 2010 comedy flick. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the studio is in "exploratory talks" with some of the original cast members about the possible sequel.

Those who are poised to return are , and . Corddry is also expected to pen the script with Steve Pink, who directed the first film and is eyed to return to the sequel. As for , who led the original movie, he will reportedly not be involved in the upcoming project.

Multiple sources noted that the deal-making is still in the early phase and there's a possibility that it will fail. However, should it finally be sealed, the studio plans to fast track the project. It is also still unclear whether the other original cast members will return or not.

"Hot Tub Time Machine" follows a group of best friends who've become bored with their adult lives. They then traveled back to their 1980s teenage years via a hot tub. The movie was made with the budget of just $36 million and only took in around $50 million at domestic box office. Though so, it became a massive home entertainment hit.

MGM has yet to release any statement regarding the possible sequel project report.

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