Billy Crystal and Danny DeVito are still reportedly considering “Throw Papa From the Train,” a sequel to their 1987 crime-comedy film “Throw Momma From the Train”.

The “Always Sunny” and “Haunted Mansion” star revealed the news in a recent GQ interview that he and Crystal were at one point developing a follow-up to the original film:

“Billy [Crystal] and I want to work together again. We were looking at possibly doing Throw Papa From the Train. And then Arnold [Schwarzenegger] and I want to work together… Now we have a little thing going, a little project that we’ve been chatting about.”

EW subsequently got in contact today with a representative for Crystal who tells them that the longtime friends and collaborators still intend to re-team on the title saying: “It’s true. They’re still working on it.”

No other details about the project were immediately available. DeVito also directed the film which co-star Anne Ramsey scored an Oscar nomination for and which takes direct inspiration from “Strangers on a Train”.

Though critics reviews were mixed at the time, the film was a success at the box-office – taking in $57.9 million from a $14 million budget.

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