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Did Kate Bosworth Just Spill The Beans On A 'Blue Crush' Sequel?

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Jun. 12 2019, Updated 6:54 p.m. ET

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Kate Bosworth is ready to take on some waves! In a recent interview the actress revealed that she would be "100 percent in for a Blue Crush reboot,” and talked about the importance of "strong female characters" like her role as competitive surfer Anne Marie.

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While it's been almost 17 years since Blue Crush debuted in theaters in August 2002, Kate, 36, is still interested in creating a sequel.

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“I’m 100 percent in for a Blue Crush reboot,” the star told People at an event in NYC on Tuesday, June 11. “I have thoughts on how to do it.”

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As fans know, the 2002 hit movie is about three female surfers, Kate, Michelle Rodriguez and Sànoe Lake, who train for a surfing competition, Pipeline, in Oahu, Hawaii. Although there is a movie called Blue Crush 2, which was released in 2011, it has no connection to the original film.

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“What better time for a bad ass female reboot. Why not now? That would be a dream,” Kate said to the publication.

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“I just love strong female characters, and I feel like right now it’s so important to see those strong female characters on screen," she added.

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"If I’m a part of something that inspires and it has longevity — that’s it for me," Kate concluded.

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Would you watch the reboot of 'Blue Crush?' Let us know in the comments below. 

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