John Tucker's 'Must Die' sequel in development

John Tucker still isn't punished enough. On March 24, the cast of John Tucker Must Die revealed that a sequel to the 2006 revenge comedy is currently in production.

Nearly 18 years after the film's release, co-stars Jesse Metcalfe, Sophia Bush and Ariel Kiebel reunited during a panel at Chicago's Epic Cons, where Metcalf teased: "There's a Script." Naturally, the crowd went wild, despite the actor's warning that he hadn't seen it yet.

“I’ve been hearing rumors about this script floating around Hollywood — apparently it’s fantastic,” he said. “I definitely want to be a part of it and I can’t wait to read it.”

Kebbell confirmed Metcalf's tease, saying she had read the script and hinting that she was also a producer on the project. "The rumors are true," she said. "I started working on it years ago. There's a script. We're very proud of it. It really involves all the OG actors."

Brittany Snow, Jesse Metcalf, Sophia Bush, Ashanti, Ariel Kebbell in "John Tucker Must Die." Dia Pera/20th Century Fox/Kobal/Shutterstock

Metcalf plays the eponymous character in "John Tucker Must Die," which follows three high school students, Heather (Ashanti), Beth (Bush) and Carrie (Kebell), who discover that John Tucker must die Stories about dating them. In order to get revenge, the three sent a new girl Kate (Brittany Snow) to seduce him and then break his heart.

Kebbell went on to reveal more details about the script, saying it also "features some really cool new cast members" with the original cast, and that "Jesse may or may not have a chance to change, which will It’s very exciting.”

Metcalf had just one question about his journey: "Will I ever get the chance to wear a thong again?" he asked, nodding to his infamous thong scene. "We want to talk to you about it," Kebbell jokingly responded. "We think you'll actually enjoy creating your own brand and recognizing it. It'll be a whole thing."

As expected, he was on board. "I'm here for this. I can't wait to get my dad bod on the big screen," he said.

While the sequel has yet to be greenlit, and neither have other actors like Ashanti and Snow, Bush said she's "ready for it," too. The film also stars Penn Badgley, Jenny McCarthy and Taylor Kitsch.