Shawn Levy hints another Night at the Museum sequel
Director Shawn Levy has hinted a fourth 'Night at the Museum' movie starring Rebel Wilson is not completely out of the question.
Shawn Levy has hinted there could be a fourth 'Night at the Museum' movie.
Although the latest instalment in the series, 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb', seems to bring night guard Larry Daley's story to a close, the director has left the door slightly open for another sequel with Rebel Wilson reprising her character Tilly in the lead role.
When asked if there could be a fourth film, Shawn said: "We do keep getting asked that question. I think, right now, in our minds, this movie brings closure to the franchise and to the characters. I suppose we can't predict the future and we have come to love Tilly, the new night guard, I suppose we'll see what happens next."
Rebel won't rule out a return as the loud-mouthed British Museum night guard but accepts the decision is out of her hands.
She said: "It's really a question for Shawn ... I did keep my hat from the movie, just in case they need me again. I paid $650 to keep it."
Rebel appears in the film with Ben Stiller - who plays Larry - Owen Wilson, Dan Stevens, Sir Ben Kingsley and the late Robin Williams.