A sequel is still a thousand miles away.
It has been more than 15 years since Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans dressed up as two white chicks.
The comedy film featured so many iconic, hilarious scenes that ultimately turned it into a cult classic.
Will we ever get a sequel? Here's what we know.
The truth is, a sequel for the comedy film has not been officially confirmed yet. Although back in 2019, Terry Crews held our hopes up high when he appeared to Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen and said:
“You know what, I actually got with Shawn, and he was like ‘man we doing it, we getting it going.”
However, a few days after Terry's announcement, Marlon Wayans took to Instagram to deny Terry's claims saying they "still don't have a deal."
In October 2020, Marlon Wayans appeared on the same show to set the record straight on the sequel's status.
"Terry's lying," Wayans said, "but I ain't going to say that to him because he's too buff, and I don't want to get beat up."
Well, that is among the big disappointing news none of us wanted to hear in 2020. But who knows what the future holds, right?
After all, the comedy film is now regarded as a cult classic, and a lot of people would be excited to get a sequel.
The sequel is not confirmed yet, but if we ever get lucky enough to have one, we're expecting to see Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans embark on another hilarious adventure to fulfill their roles as FBI agents.
The two went undercover as white girls to try to solve a kidnapping plot in the first film.
A sequel will likely put the Wayans on a different mission, which might lead them to pretend as white chicks again to stay on track with the film's theme.
Speaking of theme, songs are also among the key elements that made the comedy film so successful.
Who would forget Terry Crew's iconic singing performance while he was on a date with Marlon Wayans dressed as Tiffany Wilson?
Crew's rendition of Vanessa Carlton's A Thousand Miles was so iconic that some people associated the song with Terry instead of the original singer.
The actor revealed he might be singing a modern equivalent of the pop song should there be a sequel.
“I think the modern-day equivalent to that might be Carly Rae Jepsen ‘Call Me Maybe," the actor was quoted saying by Yahoo back in 2019.
He added: “But I would definitely do the whitest white girl song you would ever see. But white girls are singing gangster right now. So it might be a little different, it might have a little rap thing in there. However we would do it, it’d be great.”
The sequel is not confirmed yet so there is no official cast list too.
However, we're hoping to see the Wayans back, along with Terry Crews, should there be a follow-up film.
But until we get an official confirmation, all of these will seem like a thousand miles away. *cue in Vanessa Carlton's song*