The 54-year-old Canadian actor said he's ready for 'Austin Powers 4.'
Mike Myers is ready for Austin Powers 4!
The 54-year-old Canadian spoke to ET's Nischelle Turner on Tuesday at the Hollywood premiere of the heist thriller Terminal, touching on his new film, co-star Margot Robbie, and the possibility of him reprising his role as the infamously groovy British spy.
In the new film, Myers plays a goofy janitor who turns out to be more than he appears -- his first live-action film role since his small cameo in Quentin Tarantino's 2009 flick Inglourious Basterds.
"It's a very, very wonderful, entertaining -- I can't even talk about it, there's so many twists and turns," he told ET. "You'll have to see it, there's so many twists and turns. I don't even know quite how to explain it without giving away everything."
When asked about the glut of rebooted franchises, he said that he may not be done with his beloved Austin Powers series just yet.
"I would love to do a movie from Dr. Evil's perspective. So it would be Dr. Evil 1, Austin Powers 4, is how I would roll," he said. "Start the campaign, please. Thank you."
Last week Myers opened up to Jimmy Kimmel about the passing of Austin Powers co-star Verne Troyer, who played Dr. Evil's iconic, tiny doppelganger, Mini-Me, calling Troyer a "fantastic human being," in an emotional conversation.
At Tuesday's premiere, he praised another co-star, Margot Robbie, saying it was fun not just working with Robbie, who also produced the film, but also hanging out with her.
"We were in the park and she challenged my wife to a drinking contest," he told ET. "And she was like -- she's more like Russell Crowe than you know. And she's fun, she's super fun."
And who won?
"Oh my God, Margot did, she wiped the floor with us," he said. "There I was representing Canada and, well, you know. Australia 1, Canada 0."
Terminal hits theaters on May 11.
For more on Troyer, watch the video below.