It has been revealed that a sequel to this year’s hit comedy Bridesmaids may not be getting made. It had previously been suggested that due to the success of Bridesmaids, that a sequel would most certainly be made. However, director Paul Feig has confessed to having second thoughts.
Feig explained, "It's not officially been moved toward, but I'd be very open to it. It would just have to be as good or better than this one. What you don't want to do is the one that ruins the memory of the first one. But nothing would make me happier if we could make another one with this amazing cast, and people go, 'That's awesome!'
He then added, "If it's as good or better than the first one, that would be fantastic. Because everything around it was great - the cast, the people behind the scenes, the stories we're telling, the fact that we get to do movies for and with hugely talented women. What could be better than that? It would be great to carry that on, but, again, it has to be high quality."
Bridesmaids starred Kristen Wiig, Terry Crews and Maya Rudolph and centred around the maid of honour, who is flat break but attempts to blag her way through the expensive wedding. Bridesmaids has made an incredible $189 million (£118.5 million) worldwide, making it the highest grossing female comedy of all time.