Wilmer Valderrama hints of possible ‘That ‘70s Show’ movie

The groovy adventures of the rowdy teenage gang on the popular sitcom “That 70’s Show” certainly helped launch the careers of now popular Hollywood names Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Topher Grace, Danny Masterson and Laura Prepon.

The much-loved series, set in the 1970s in the small town of Point Place, Wisconsin, ended its eight-season run in 2006, but a potential big-screen project could be in the works.

In an appearance on “Steve,” Wilmer Valderrama—who played the frisky foreigner Fez—revealed the possibility of a big-screen reunion for “Eric,” “Donna,” “Hyde,” “Kelso” and “Jackie.”

“We’ve been having some conversations about that but there’s nothing official,” he revealed to host Steve Harvey.

Meanwhile, both Kutcher and Masterson already had a mini-reunion of some sort on the Netflix series “The Ranch,” where Valderrama also recently guest-starred.

Kunis and Grace have appeared in several high-profile films including “Black Swan” and “Spiderman 3,” respectively, while Prepon stars in Netflix’s “Orange Is the New Black.”  Khristian Ibarrola /ra

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