Robert De Niro has revealed he would like to make more Fockers movies.
The Hollywood star was reunited with Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, Blythe Danner, Teri Polo, Dustin Hoffman and Barbra Streisand to play retired CIA operative Jack Byrnes in new family comedy Little Fockers and would love to do it again.
Robert said: "I enjoyed it. If we did another one or two, I'm fine with that - I'd love to.
"Everybody has to get up to speed and want to do it and then it happens."
The 67-year-old acting legend admitted he can relate to Jack's domineering, obsessive character.
He said: "I like Jack because he's fun to play and I like the other characters. And it's very satisfying when you come up with a character that everybody likes and with this film it was great because everyone was coming up with good ideas for the characters and the situations and that's fun to do.
"I think that people can recognise these characters because they are based on a truth and the story is based on real situations even when it gets a little out there. Jack is just very protective of his daughter and his family and everyone knows that feeling."
:: Little Fockers is in cinemas now.