• Is "Dewey Finn" coming for more?
  • Jack Black has teased a 'School of Rock' sequel
  • Fans are eagerly awaiting confirmation

In a blend of humor and nostalgia, Black and his co-stars reminisce about the past and tease the future, leaving fans on the edge of their seats. Could 'School of Rock 2: Electric Boogaloo' become a reality?

Rock 'n' Roll Dreams Never Die

Hold onto your guitar picks, folks! Jack Black, the legendary rocker and comedic genius, is "ready" to dive back into the world of power chords and chalk dust! In a candid chat with, Black riffed on the idea of a sequel to his smash hit, 'School of Rock', and we're here for it!

Back in 2003, Black shredded the silver screen as "Dewey Finn," the faux teacher with a heart of gold and a head full of rock anthems. The film didn't just spawn a Broadway musical; it became a symphony of dreams for wannabe rockers everywhere.

"It's a love letter to all the rockers who haven't hit the big time," Black told 'People' magazine, and who doesn't love a good love letter?

Picture this: Jack Black and Kyle Gass, the dynamic duo of Tenacious D, jamming out on SiriusXM's Octane channel. When prodded about sequels to their cult classics, Black cranked the amp to 11 with a "Yup" that sent shockwaves through the airwaves. But hold your groupie screams – it was all in jest... or was it?

Miranda Cosgrove, who once ruled the school as the ambitious "Summer Hathaway," is totally on board for a reunion tour. "It was still one of the favorite experiences," she gushed to 'People' magazine.

From pint-sized performers to full-fledged stars, the original cast is itching to rock the stage once more.

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So, are we on the verge of witnessing 'School of Rock 2: Electric Boogaloo'? Jack Black says "never say never," and we're holding him to it. After all, in the world of rock, anything's possible!