In the era of movie and TV reboots, actress Kirstie Alley hinted that "Look Who's Talking" might make its way back to the big screen.
Alley starred in the 1989 classic alongside John Travolta. The 69-year-old actress teased the potential reboot or continuation of the trilogy during her Wednesday appearance on "The Talk."
When pressed by co-host Sheryl Underwood, Alley confirmed, "John and I -- we really both want to do it because we think it’s funny that we’re the grandparents and that we, you know, our kids will be ugly so that we'll still be the stars."
Alley jokingly added that only the grandchildren "can be really cute."
However, she remained tight-lipped on whether or not the fourth installment is actually happening.
The former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant threw her hands in the air, saying, "We don't know what's happening! We heard a rumor that they were doing it, but I don't know if it's with us or without us."
Alley appears to be on board because she hinted that the audience should write letters before shrugging, "Does anyone do that anymore?"
After the critical success of "Look Who's Talking," she and Travolta went on to star in two sequels, 1990's "Look Who's Talking Too" and 1993's "Look Who's Talking Now."