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Terry Crews would love a ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ heist movie

Terry Crews had such a great time with the ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ cast, that he wants to get back together for one final feature-length heist.
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After eight hilarious seasons together, fans of hit sitcom Brooklyn Nine-Nine said goodbye to their favorite set of detectives last year, but Terry Crews seems to be stirring the pot of a hopeful reunion. 

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While speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor and author gushed about his former castmates, tagging them as his family, before expressing a serious interest in the gang getting back together for a film that centers on their seasonal Halloween heist episodes. 

“Oh my God. I am definitely still interested. I still think we could do a heist movie. We always had our yearly heist episode and I think that would be brilliant, especially with Peacock and all the great things that NBC can already do. I think that every cast member will be down for us to do a nice hour and a half episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine, make it three episodes all involving the heist and a new heist and it would be all wonderful. I love, love, love my castmates. I spent eight years with these guys and they’re truly family, and I miss them every day.”

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Since Crews and the rest of the gang must have had a wonderful time together, we’re hoping they can find the time in their schedules to come together for one last heist. Stephanie Beatriz already admitted she would love a revival, so fingers are crossed.

It’s not unusual for TV shows to offer fans a final feature to bid farewell, and the slate of recent revivals coupled with the enduring popularity of Brooklyn Nine-Nine should ensure that there’s always a chance a movie may come to life. 

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When he’s not out exploring the underground music scene, Demilade Phillips covers entertainment news and other exciting topics for We Got This Covered. He scored his Bachelor’s in International Relations and has been writing for almost a decade on the things he’s most passionate about: music, black excellence, anime, and pop culture.