Marlon Wayans is pumping the breaks on Terry Crews's confirmation of a sequel to his 2004 hit comedy White Chicks.
As previously reported, during a recent appearance on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live , Crews claimed that Shawn Wayans, the film's co-creator and star, informed him a follow up to the film had gotten the green light.
“You know what? I actually got with Shawn [Wayans], and he was like ‘Man, we doing it, we getting it going,'" Crews told Andy.
However, Marlon is claiming otherwise. The multi-talent took to Instagram on Wednesday in attempt to set the record straight:
Last month, however, Marlon did express his eagerness to produce a follow up to the film.
"This movie warrants a sequel. The fans deserve it. This will always be my favorite movie," he wrote in a celebratory Instagram post highlighting White Chicks's 15th anniversary.
In the film, which starred Shawn and Marlon Wayans as undercover FBI agents posing as women, Crews played the ultra-buff basketball star Latrell Spencer, who fell deeply in love with Marlon's alter-ego, Tiffany.
Despite sub-par reviews, White Chicks ended up doing well, earning $113 million at the worldwide box office.
This story is courtesy of ABC Radio News.