Tom Selleck Offers 'Three Men And A Baby' Sequel Update

The long-rumored second sequel to Three Men and a Baby has been stirred up, this time by series star Tom Selleck, who offered a small update on the project which has been under the working title Three Men and a Bride for a few years now.  Surprisingly, the movie is still very much alive in the (very) early stages of development.
Holy Guttenberg, is another Three Men and a Baby sequel going to make it to the big screen?

Tom Selleck seems up to the challenge. The Blue Bloods star told the women of The Talk Thursday that he's definitely discussed the possibility of making Three Men and a Bride with Ted Danson and Steve Guttenberg, his co-stars from the 1987 flick that grossed more than $167 million domestically. "We'd love to get back together if they’ve got a good idea," he said. "It seemed to be real, and then it disappeared. If they're smart, they'll do it."

Actually, it hasn't dematerialized. A Disney spokesman confirmed the project remains in early development. If the movie ever makes it past the talking stages, it would be the third in the franchise; the studio released a sequel in 1990 called Three Men and a Little Lady.

Here is the mustache talking about the possibility of a big screen reunion. (They wouldn't still be roomies, would they?)
Source: The Talk (EW)