Kirstie Alley and John Travolta are desperate to work together on another Look Who's Talking sequel.

The actors appeared alongside one another in the 1989 flick, which told the story of Mollie (Alley), who is pregnant with a married man's child, finding love and a father figure for her child in taxi driver James (Travolta). The baby was voiced by Bruce Willis.

The sequel, Look Who's Talking Too, introduced a new baby to the family, voiced by Roseanne Barr, and in Look Who's Talking Now, Danny DeVito and Diane Keaton join the cast to voice the family dogs.

Now, Alley told U.S. panel show The Talk she and her on-screen partner are ready to make a new movie together, confessing: "John and I both really want to do it because we think it's funny that we're the grandparents.

"Our kids will be ugly so that we'll still be the stars, and then the grandkids can be really cute," the 69-year-old added. "But we don't know what's happening, we heard a rumor that they were doing it but I don't know if it's with us or without us."

Alley's comments come after a July, 2019 report from Deadline suggested that another movie was in the works from writer-director Jeremy Garelick.