Mike Myers has signed up to star in a fourth movie in the 'Austin Powers' series, although no storyline is yet known.
The Canadian actor - who has played the spoof British spy in all three of the previous films - has signed a deal for another project in the franchise, although no storyline or director has yet been confirmed, HitFlix.com reports.
It will be the first time Mike has appeared in a big role since the ill-fated 2008 movie 'The Love Guru' - for which he won the Worst Actor Razzie - although he has voiced the lead character in animated movie 'Shrek' in all four of the films.
'Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery' - the first movie in the franchise about the spy's mission to rid the world of Dr. Evil, also played by Mike - made $67 million in cinemas worldwide, but the 1999 follow up 'Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me' grossed $312 million.
The third 'Austin Powers in Goldmember', starring Beyonce Knowles, took $296 million at the box office.