Mike Myers teases the potential for a fourth Austin Powers movie


Mike Myers has teased the possibility of a fourth Austin Powers Movie.

The comedian starred in the 1997 title Powers Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery1999 Austin Powers: The spy who shagged me and 2002 Austin Powers in Goldmember.

In a recent interview with SiriusXM, Myers was asked whether or not Austin makes four was in the works, 20 years after the last installment.

While the comedian said he would love to make another film in the hit spoof spy comedy franchise, he added, “I can neither confirm nor deny the existence or non-existence of such a project, whether it exists or not.”

When the hosts said Myers’ response felt “like confirmation,” he joked, “It was unconfirmed confirmation.”

The actor’s latest project, a comedy series The Pentaveratein which he plays eight different characters, is scheduled for release on Thursday (May 5) via Netflix.

According to Netflix’s official synopsis, the show is a “comedy event series” and answers the question, “What if a secret society has been influencing world affairs for the greater good since the Black Plague?”

Mike Myers in the trailer for The Pentaverate


Although the Austin Powers funnyman has continued to appear sporadically in film and television for the past decade, including in 2018 Bohemian Rhapsody and as the host of The Gong Show, The Pentaverate represents Myers’ first project as creator since 2008 The Love Guru.

The Pentaverate will be released on Netflix on Thursday, May 5th.

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