Jennifer Love Hewitt revealed she is working on bringing back the entire cast of "Can't Hardly Wait" for a reunion film and has plans to bring her classic movie "Heartbreakers" to television.
The iconic 90s star sat down for the podcast "Everything Iconic with @DannyPellegrino," where she talked about everything from having a crush on Ryan Phillippe and Freddie Prinze Jr. on the set of "I Know What You Did Last Summer" to not knowing the B-12 shot Melissa Joan Hart took on the set wasn't an actual drug.
During the interview, Hewitt talked about working to bring back the entire cast of the 1999 film "Can't Hardly Wait" and JLH wants to be the one to direct.
She says in the next year, she wants to adapt her 2001 film "Heartbreakers" for television but she doesn't want to star in the show, she wants to executive produce. The "9-1-1" star added that she thinks Jamie Lee Curtis (who starred with Hewitt in the 1996 kid classic "House Arrest") would be good choice to take over the Sigourney Weaver part.
We really can't hardly wait.