Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro are in negotiations for another go at the "Fockers" in a new sequel to the hit "Meet the Parents" and "Meet the Fockers" franchise. The latest installment, "Little Fockers", would follow Greg Focker (Stiller) and Pam Focker (Teri Polo) and their new children.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that John Hamburg, who wrote this first two films as well as this March's upcoming "I Love You, Man", has been brought on to write the screenplay. Jay Roach, director of the first two films, will not helm the sequel but instead will produce.
With Ben Stiller attached to co-star with Tom Cruise in "The Hardy Men", a comedy version of the Hardy Boy's mystery novels releasing in 2010, as well as the drama "Greenburg", "Little Fockers" would not be expected for release until 2011.
2004's "Meet the Fockers" is the highest grossing live action comedy of all time, pulling in over $500 million at the box office worldwide.