Julie James and Ray Bronson may be facing the killer fisherman one more time.

Sony is developing a sequel to I Know What You Did Last Summer and is looking to bring back original stars Jennifer Love Hewitt and Freddie Prinze Jr. The two actors have confirmed that they are in talks to return for the project.

The movie is in the early stages of development with Jennifer Kaytin Robinson (Do Revenge) attached to direct. Plot details, who is writing the script, and other casting news have not been announced.

The original film, which is loosely based on the novel by Lois Duncan, was released in 1997. It followed four recent high school graduates – Julie (Hewitt), Ray (Prinze), Helen (Sarah Michelle Gellar), and Barry (Ryan Phillippe) – who accidentally hit a fisherman with their car. Thinking that they killed him, and fearing the consequences, they dump his body in the ocean. A year later, the fisherman returns to taunt, torment, and kill the quartet. He succeeds in slashing Helen and Barry with his hook, but Julie and Ray survive. After another year, Julie and Ray are attacked once again, and again they survive. That attack ends with the fisherman Ben Willis (Muse Watson) shot and seemingly dead.

An unrelated sequel, I’ll Always Know What You Did Last Summer, was released in 2006. Sony and Amazon partnered on an I Know What You Did Last Summer TV series that debuted in October 2021, but was cancelled in January 2022.

The first movie was part of a wave of ‘90s slasher style horror movies starring up and coming young actors. This latest installment joins the reboot trend that has seen new installments of Halloween, Scream, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and others featuring original series stars or characters.