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With new ABBA songs? "Mamma Mia! 3" is still to come

Have together Mamma Mia and Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again over a billion, so the question of a third part automatically arises. But even the catchiest ABBA songs wear out at some point, and there aren't an infinite number of them.

This problem brings lead actress Amanda Seyfried in one Collider-Interview on language: you wish there was one Mamma Mia! 3, she says. They just don't think there are enough ABBA songs to make a third film. Because you would have to go back to songs like "Super Trooper" and "Mamma Mia" and use them in a different way. Seyfried hopes, however, to be wrong with her assessment.

Judy Craymer, who produced both the first two films and the original musical, can give her hope. During the lockdown, she wanted to worry about Mamma Mia! 3 do, but it was difficult for her to concentrate on it during this difficult time. She should have made progress with it in her head, but then the COVID fog caught her, says Craymer, who was spared the coronavirus herself.

They think one day there will be another movie because it should be a trilogy. And you know that Universal Pictures wants her to do it, says Craymer. She also had a solution for the problem mentioned at the beginning: Craymer would for Mamma Mia! 3 use four new ABBA numbers written by Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus for a planned virtual concert with Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad.