Mamma Mia's Christine Baranski addresses possibility of third movie

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Mamma Mia 3 rumours just won't go away, and now Tanya Chesham-Leigh's Christine Baranski is the latest star to weigh in on the possibility.

It's been four years since the sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again returned ABBA-loving cinemagoers to an all-singing and all-dancing paradise, but their hunger for a follow-up remains strong.

Catching up with Entertainment Weekly, Baranski got going on the subject.

First, she shared a theory that Tanya would've got married since her last appearance onscreen, adding: "Although by now she may be divorced – she may have gotten bored with this man."

Photo credit: UNIVERSAL PICTURES
Photo credit: UNIVERSAL PICTURES

Would she like to revisit the character if an opportunity arose?

"If we could go back and have the same amount of good fun and be on a Greek island together filming and dining together at night at some wonderful trattoria or taverna, I don't think anybody would give you an argument," The Gilded Age star told the publication.

Photo credit: Sky
Photo credit: Sky

But there are certain logistics keeping this dream from materialising, as she went on to admit: "It's a nightmare to get that sort of a cast together."

With heavyweights like Pierce Brosnan, Meryl Streep, Julie Walters, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård and Amanda Seyfried all dabbling in this franchise, she's got a point.

"I always think wouldn't it be fun just to get back together on that Greek island and maybe film all of us having dinner and telling the stories and singing all ABBA songs? And then just have it filmed as a great night out."

Heck, the Harry Potter and Friends lot did it – why not?



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