American actor Verne Troyer has revealed he would ''love'' to make another 'Austin Powers' movie.
Verne Troyer would ''love'' to make another 'Austin Powers' movie.
The 46-year-old actor starred as Mini-Me in the comedy franchise and has revealed he would be eager to reprise the role alongside Mike Myers.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Verne said: ''I would love to make another film. I've just heard rumours. Someone was telling me earlier that Mike announced it was going to happen in the next couple of years, but I don't know. I haven't heard anything.''
Verne - who's subsequently starred in an array of movies, including a cameo role in the British comedy 'Convenience' - admitted he'll forever be associated with the role of Mini-Me.
He shared: ''I'm always going to be known for Mini Me and it's fine. It's really the role that got me started and put me on the map and where I am today.''
Meanwhile, Verne also revealed his friendship with Ray Panthaki was key to him securing a cameo role in 'Convenience'.
He said: ''Basically I got involved because of Ray Panthaki, he's the producer and also stars in the movie.
''I've been friends with him for six or seven years. He rang me up and asked me if I wanted to do a cameo and I said, 'Yeah, I'm all in.'''
'Convenience' is in cinemas October 2 and On Demand/DVD October 5.
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