The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is the quintessential girl-power movie of the early 2000s — and the cast is still as close as ever.
Starring Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel, Amber Tamblyn and America Ferrera, the coming-of-age film hit theaters on June 1, 2005, and its message of female empowerment and friendship quickly made an impression on fans of author Ann Brashares’ young adult novels.
“It’s a very special bond that we have,” Tamblyn told Us Weekly exclusively in March 2018. “We’re very proud to be friends and if we could do movies together for the rest of our lives I think we would.”
In the years since the film’s premiere, and the release of its 2008 sequel, the cast have continuously given fans hope for a potential third installment. Bledel revealed during a 2018 appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon that the group had “pitched the third movie” seemingly based on the follow-up novel Sisterhood Everlasting and were hopeful that a new project would begin soon.
One year later, Ferrera told Entertainment Tonight that conversations about another film were still in progress. “Fingers crossed that something comes to fruition with that, but it’s been a vision and a dream of ours for a while now,” she said. “We’re sticking with it and we’ll see what happens.”
SOURCE: US Magazine