Jack Black has hinted at a ‘School of Rock’ sequel.

The 53-year-old actor previously stated that a sequel to the 2003 music comedy classic, in which he plays the phony substitute teacher and want tobe rock star Dewey Finn, was unlikely.

However, there were rumors of a sequel last year, with Paramount reportedly interested in another installment.

Now, during a joint interview with his Tenacious D bandmate Kyle Gass, Jack alleged that he’s considering both the ‘School of Rock 2’ and a sequel to the pair’s 2006 cult musical flick, ‘Tenacious D: The Pick of Destiny’.

“Yup,” Jack said on SiriusXM. They’re both of them. This is breaking news. We’re considering doing both of those.”

“It’s a hybrid – a school of D,” Kyle joked later.

Although Jack claimed in 2012 that ‘School of Rock’ director Richard Linklater had a different idea for a second film than he did, he didn’t completely rule out a sequel.

“I wouldn’t want to do it without the original writer and director, and we never got together and agreed on what the script would be,” he said at the time.

“Unfortunately, it was not to be. Never say never, though.

Kevin Clark, who played Freddy ‘Spazzy McGee’ Jones in the movie, unfortunately perished in 2021 in his native Chicago after being struck by a car while on a bicycle.

The loss left Jack “devastated” and “heartbroken.”

In addition to a shot from the film, he posted a photo of himself and Kevin from recent years and commented, “Devastating news. Kevin has left. a much too quickly. Stunning soul Such wonderful memories. Heartbroken. To his family and the entire School of Rock community, my love. (sic)”


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