‘Wedding Crashers’ Sequel Is Happening, According to Isla Fisher (Video)

Actress reveals plans to follow up 2005 comedy hit starring Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson

It’s been 11 years since “Wedding Crashers,” but apparently a sequel is finally on the way, according to Isla Fisher.

Fisher, who starred in the film opposite Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams, revealed Vaughn was the one who told her of the plans when they spoke at a party recently.

“I bumped into Vince Vaughn and he said that apparently we’re going to be making a sequel,” she said on “The Today Show” while promoting “Nocturnal Animals,” in which she stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams. “So I’m really excited to see what happened to Gloria.”

When pressed on whether it’s a done deal, Fisher backtracked a bit.

“Well I don’t know about that, I really shouldn’t announce it on morning television,” she admitted. “But apparently there’s some talk of it. Which is fun!”

“Wedding Crashers” was directed by David Dobkin and made over $200 million in the US.

In 2014, Dobkin revealed on Quora that the reason there had been no sequel was because the film came out “at a time when people weren’t doing lots of sequels.”

However, the director, Vaughn and Wilson did come up with an idea wherein the two male lead characters would face off against a superior wedding crasher, with Daniel Craig as the prototype.

It’s unclear if that storyline will have any bearing on a sequel that gets made now or if Dobkin would still be involved.