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Tuesday 21 October 2014

Bad Teacher sequel in the works

Cameron Diaz could be back in a Bad Teacher sequel

Cameron Diaz could be set to star in a sequel to her movie Bad Teacher.

The Hollywood actress starred in the comedy in 2011 and now The Wrap is reporting that a follow up is in the works, with original director Jake Kasdan at the helm again.

However, while the project is being developed for Cameron to return, the actress has not yet inked a deal.

The first film saw Cameron as a foul-mouthed, marijuana-smoking school teacher competing with a colleague for the affections of a new member of staff, who was played by Justin Timberlake.

Last month it was announced that the movie was being turned into a TV series, with Ari Graynor in the lead role.

The show was given the green light for a full series by US network CBS for the 2013-2014 broadcast season.

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