Over the years, a handful of the core cast members have spoken about a sequel to “We’re the Millers,” and sadly, things don’t sound too hopeful. In speaking with US Magazine, Will Poulter was asked if a sequel was coming any time soon and he said, “I don’t think so, but I got a lot of love for Jennifer [Aniston] and Jason [Sudeikis] and Rawson [Marshall Thurber], our director.” Fortunately, he did also say, “I would happily work with any of them again, but I think ‘We’re Still the Millers’ is probably not gonna happen.” But that’s just one guy’s opinion, right? Right?! Tragically, Jennifer Aniston has also all but confirmed the film is dead in the water.
During an interview with Yahoo! Entertainment, Aniston was asked about sequels she would have loved to have done but didn’t happen, and she cited a return to play Sarah “Rose” Miller. “There was talk about that,” she said. “But that one didn’t happen.” While the rule of Hollywood has always been “never say never,” it’s hard to imagine the cast’s busy schedules will align once again to make some more magic. Fortunately, all involved have gone on to appear in massively popular projects, with Aniston co-starring in “The Morning Show,” Poulter joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” Emma Roberts starring in yet another season of “American Horror Story” (and finishing production on Marvel’s “Madame Web”), and Jason Sudeikis delighting the world as “Ted Lasso.”
Not to mention, director Rawson Marshall Thurber has gone on to helm “Red Notice,” the massively successful action comedy with Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson, and Gal Gadot that is slated to film back-to-back sequels following the end of the dual WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes started after the AMPTP’s failure to negotiate a fair contract.
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