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February 5, 2013
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It could be time for another dip in the hot tub. The "Hot Tub Time Machine", that is. MGM wants to make a sequel to the raunchy time traveling comedy, which starred John Cusack, Craig Robinson, Clark Duke and Rob Corddry.

The first film was directed by Steve Pink ("High Fidelity"), who is currently writing the sequel script and is also in talks to direct. The fantastic foursome are coming back, sans Cusack at this time. Hopefully that changes because he definitely added some comedic genius to the first film.

The project has been discussed for several months now and if it does in fact receive the green light, will be set on the fast track for an early 2014 release. Where will the boys go this time, the '60s perhaps?

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