Dr. Evil to Star in "Austin Powers 4"

by | May 7, 2007 | Comments

Mike Myers has two of the most lucrative comedy franchises in history, with "Austin Powers" and "Shrek." As "Shrek the Third" rolls out to theaters, with Dreamworks planning "Shrek 4" and other spin-offs, Myers has not laid his international man of mystery to rest yet either.

"There’s one that we had an idea about and the only thing I will say is that it’s entirely from Dr. Evil’s point of view," said Myers. "It would be the first of his trilogy."

A Dr. Evil movie sounds hilarious, let alone three of them. Alas, the last comment was just an example of Myers’ gifted wit. "Oh, it’s a joke. I’m completely joking. I just love the bluster of saying it’s a trilogy. ‘Yes, it’s a 25 part series of movies that I’ve decided are going to take 25.’ No, I was just joking."

Look for more Austin Powers after Myers wraps "The Love Guru," which begins filming this summer.

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