Will the successful “Mamma Mia!” film series become a trilogy? It has now been five years since "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again", the second and last part of the heartwarming musical film series with stars Amanda Seyfried (37), Meryl Streep (74) and Lily James (34). has appeared. However, in an interview with "Vogue", which was taken before the actors' strike in Hollywood, all the stars of "Mamma Mia!" open to a sequel.
"I challenge you to show me a person who doesn't want a third 'Mamma Mia!' part!" explained leading actress Seyfried, who played the character Sophie in both films, in the conversation. Three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep also agreed with her film daughter. "If there's an idea that excites me, I'm all about it. I'm ready for anything," said Streep.
The acting icon also provides a suggestion, which is certainly not entirely serious, as to how her late character Donna could return for the possible sequel. So it could be "like one of those soap operas where Donna comes back and reveals that her twin sister has actually died."
The now 74-year-old star of such unforgettable film classics as "The Devil Wears Prada" (2006) and "Out of Africa" (1985) jokingly added that the third "Mamma Mia!" film may be "possible" due to the increasing age of many of the actors. Big Mamma Mia!" must be mentioned.
Producer Judy Craymer (65) gave a glimpse of potential storylines for a possible sequel in the new “Vogue” interview. For example, viewers would not yet know what happened to the character Donna in “middle age”, i.e. between the flashbacks from the second “Mamma Mia!” part and the present of the plot.
According to the producer, what could also be of interest for a sequel is how the story of Donna and Sam Carmichael, played by ex-James Bond Pierce Brosnan (70), continues after the events of the first film.
In the interview, actor Brosnan summarized the entire cast's feelings about a sequel with the words: "We would all do it in a heartbeat."