MGM is in talks to develop a sequel to Steve Pink's comedy Hot Tub Time Machine. Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson and Clark Duke will likely return for the sequel, but John Cusack is not involved as of yet.

The original centered on a group of friends who, after a night of hard partying in a hot tub, travel back to 1986 to relive their past and change their futures. It brought in $64.6 million worldwide.

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Rob Corddry and Steve Pink might be teaming up to provide the script with the director returning to helm. If the project comes together, the production would be fast-tracked.