A sequel to the movie White Chicks is in the works, according to Terry Crews, who featured in the original flick.
- Emotional Terry Crews explains why he didn't fight off alleged sexual assaulter
- 50 Cent slammed for 'disgusting' post mocking Terry Crews' sexual assault
Crews confirmed the news while appearing on Sunday's episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, citing a conversation with White Chicks creator and star, Shawn Wayans.
"You know what, I actually got with Shawn, and he was like: 'Man we doing it, we getting it going,'" he said, prompting cheers from the audience.
Shawn and his brother Marlon wrote, produced and starred in the story of two FBI agents who must don disguises to impersonate pair of blonde socialites as punishment for foiling a drug bust.
The original film was released in 2004 and although it was panned by critics, racked up US$113 million at the box office worldwide.
"Fifteen years, you have to understand. Fifteen years!" Crews said.
"I'm staying in shape, just for that movie!"
Crews' iconic scene where he performed Vanessa Carlton's anthem 'A Thousand Miles' became a pop culture mainstay, spawning a raft of memes and gifs that remain popular today.