Send out an S.O.S., because Pierce Brosnan is on board for a potential third Mamma Mia! movie.
The upcoming Black Adam star revealed Tuesday on Good Morning America that he’s game to re-team with the musical film series’ ensemble cast — also including Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski, Colin Firth, and Amanda Seyfried — as they follow a bride-to-be searching for her father in a tale soundtracked by iconic ABBA tunes.
“I’m in, too. Sure,” the 69-year-old said after ABC’s Lara Spencer confirmed that Firth, who appeared on GMA back in May, told her that he’s game for a third film. “It’s criminal how much fun you have on that movie. I think everybody would be in.”
Spencer pressed Brosnan on firm plans to make Mamma Mia! 3, to which he responded: “Yes, of course, I’m sure there’s some plans.”
Baranski told EW in January that she, too, is down to reprise the role of Tanya in a third movie.
“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,” she said, though she admitted it would be a logistical “nightmare” to get the cast back together on the islands of Greece.
In 2020, producer Judy Craymer — who devised the stage musical upon which her first two films are based — also said that a new film was in the works, potentially with new material from ABBA.
“I was meant to have been getting on with that, in my head, during these months. But then I got hit with COVID fog,” Craymer told the Daily Mail. “I think one day there will be another film, because there’s meant to be a trilogy, you see. I know Universal would like me to do it.”
Brosnan will release his DC venture Black Adam to theaters on Oct. 21.