Will Ferrell has stated that he will not reprise his role in "Old School Dos", the follow-up of his 2003 hit comedy flick "Old School."
It's now clear that Will Ferrell has no interest at all in sequels. After turning down the lavish offer to reprise his role for the follow-up of "Elf", the funnyman has recently revealed that he won't return for "Old School Dos" either, which is quite a surprise remembering that he previously expressed his enthusiasm to be shown the project's script.
"Oh, I wouldn't do another Old School," he confirmed upon being asked once again of his involvement in the flick. "They put these rumours out there, these studio people, but I would never be behind that one."
With Ferrell's statement, DreamWorks as the movie's production company sure has to deal with tough times in finding other actor to fill in the role properly noticing that Ferrell was undeniably one of the main factors that brought the first installment to success. The film itself has already had Todd Phillips on board to both write and direct with Ivan Reitman producing.