Pauly Shore shared he would like to make a sequel to the hit 1992 comedy film Encino Man in a post on his Instagram account.
The 53-year-old comedian shared a throwback photo with his costar Brendan Fraser during a break from shooting the hit film.
The Bio-Dome actor also wrote a message to let his followers know about his both he and Fraser wanted to make a sequel.
Good times: Pauly Shore shared a throwback photo to his Instagram account on Saturday and expressed that he and Brendan Fraser were ‘ready’ to film a sequel to Encino Man
Shore began by writing: ’29 years ago this weekend, Encino Man hit the big screen.’
The Jury Duty star then described what was going on in the photo and wished his 52-year-old costar well.
‘Heres a personal pic with myself and Brendan Fraser on the set. Peace Brendan, miss you. Hope you’re doing great in this crazy world,’ he wrote.
The performer then commented that his friend’s hand sign denoted that a sequel to the 1992 feature was being planned.
Speaking his mind: The actor also wrote a message in the post’s caption where he asked fans of the feature to tell Disney about their desire for a follow-up to the 1992 comedy film
Shore expressed, ‘And you guys know what Brendans peace sign means right? Encino Man 2 doooooooddzzzz.’
The comedian directed his fans to let Disney know about their hope for a second film and concluded by referencing an iconic line from the movie.
‘Hit up Disney+ and tell them myself, Brendan, and Sean are ready for the sequel. Have a great Memorial Day weekend everybody. We’ll be wiezen the juice,’ he wrote.
Talented cast: Near the end of his message, Shore wrote that ‘myself, Brendan, and Sean are ready for the sequel’; he is seen with Fraser on the set of the feature
Shore has campaigned for the production of a second film in the past, and he shared another throwback photo from the film’s set to his Instagram account last November.
In the post’s caption, he asked: ‘How many people want to see Encino Man 2?!’
Encino Man followed a caveman, nicknamed Link, who is found by a pair of teenagers in 1990s-era California. They help Link adapt to modern life by styling his hair and giving him new clothes.
Storyline: Encino Man followed a caveman who attempts to adjust to modern life after he is found by two Californian teenagers
Serious desire: In November, Shore shared a throwback photo to his Instagram account and again expressed that he was ready to work on a sequel
Other performers who were featured in the film were Sean Astin, Megan Ward and Michael DeLuise.
The feature was critically panned but was a financial success, bringing in just over $40 million on a budget of $7 million.
Fraser reprised his role as Link in a brief cameo in Shore’s 1993 film Son In Law and made a second appearance as a character with the same name in the 1994 feature In The Army Now.
Guest appearances: Fraser made cameos as Link in Shore’s films Son In Law and In The Army Now; he is pictured in 2019