"Can't Hardly Wait" made its theatrical debut in 1998. Seventeen years later, the film's star Jennifer Love Hewitt thinks it's time for a reunion movie.
Hewitt, who played theoretical dream girl Amanda Beckett, was apparently inspired by a screening of the movie at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery this weekend. She tweeted out how proud she was to be part of the film, which also starred Ethan Embry, Lauren Ambrose, Seth Green, Peter Facinelli and Jaime Pressly.
Recognizing that we're living in the era of the sequel, Hewitt seized her moment and declared that now is the time for a reunion.
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