Coyote Ugly star Tyra Banks still hopes to make a sequel to the 2000 film. She gave an update on the potential sequel in an interview with Variety celebrating Coyote Ugly’s 20th anniversary. Banks, who played Zoe in the film, said she’s been pushing for years for a sequel to be made. “I’ve had a passion to do a sequel to Coyote Ugly for some time now, I’ve even reached out to [producer] Jerry Bruckheimer and the team and the original writer and they’ve had some jam sessions on what it could possibly be.” Piper Perabo, who played Violet Sanford in Coyote Ugly, also discussed the possibility of a sequel in the interview. She said she would want the movie to reflect the “evolution” of feminism since 2000. Banks responded in a tweet Monday to a Vogue feature on the fashions of Coyote Ugly. Banks recalled how she injured herself on the film’s set. “You’d never know I tore my knee while shooting Coyote Ugly. But the fashions were on point,” she wrote. Coyote Ugly centered on a group of women working at the Coyote Ugly bar. The film co-starred Adam Garcia, Maria Bello, Melanie Lynskey, Briget Moynahan and John Goodman.
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