Alicia Silverstone's Son Has Ideas For A 'Clueless' Sequel

Alicia Silverstone may not be down to make another Clueless
movie, but someone very close to her might convince the actor to
Alicia Silverstone’s son Bear has ideas for a Clueless sequel
should one ever come to fruition. And frankly, Martin Scorsese and
Greta Gerwig better watch out: this 8-year-old is definitely an up
an coming filmmaker.

Silverstone opened up about her breakout film 25 years later,
telling Entertainment Tonight that the film’s legacy now extends to
Bear, who very well could write the sequel. “One night we were
laying in bed and he wrote Clueless Part 2 and what and where Cher
would be,” she explained. “It was unbelievable what he thought. She
was an alcoholic but he didn’t say those words. He was like, ‘She
drinks a lot and maybe she’s a makeup artist? Like a professional
makeup artist.'”

Bear came to love Clueless after Silverstone took him to a
screening at a cemetery, but it wasn’t the iconic jokes (or the
tombstones nearby) that left a huge impression. “The biggest thing
he took away from the movie when he saw it was the kiss,” she
explained. “He hadn’t really seen a kiss like that, so from then
on, he’s been trying to kiss me like that like ‘Mmmmmmm,’ grabbing
me and trying to get his tongue in there. I was like, ‘Oh no, this
is why we don’t show [him the movie]’.”

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Sadly, it looks like Bear’s dream of a Clueless sequel won’t be
coming true. Silverstone has previously made it clear that
there will not be a
sequel to
Clueless, attributing the choice
to the film’s writer-director Amy Heckerling. And she told ET that
she agrees with her reasoning. “I think what’s really hard about
Clueless to re-do it is that Cher learns how to become a whole
human,” she said. “Where do you pick her up? Do you pick her up
from the evolved self or do you pick up from she’s relapsed and now
she’s back to her old ways? I don’t know where you go.”

Sequel aside, Clueless
is getting a full-on remake
, whether you like it or not. In
October of 2018, Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver announced that she
was producing a re-imagining of the original 1995 film, saying that
it’ll be a new take on the classic story rather than a
continuation. Perhaps Bear could join the writing team and share
some of his ideas? It’s what we deserve.

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Alicia Silverstone's Son Has Ideas For A 'Clueless' Sequel