“It was a big hook,” smiles Director Jay Roach, recalling the all-too-relatable crux of his cringe-heavy hit Meet The Parents, which turns 20 this year.
'Austin Powers' filmmaker Jay Roach wants to return to comedy in the wake of prestige real-life dramas like 'Trumbo' and 'Bombshell'.
'I’ve done a lot of these films where we convert and transform people, but that’s by far the most uncanny we’ve ever got to,' he said.
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Director Jay Roach has revealed that he’d jump at the opportunity to make a fourth ‘Austin Powers’ film. When quizzed about the chances of ‘Austin Powers 4′ on Larry King Now, Roach admitted that it’s a topic of discussion that comes up whenever he meets Mike Myers, who created, co-wrote and starred as the titular spy and the trilogy’s villain, Dr Evil. “You know, we talk about it every time we get together,” Roach revealed.