Andersson also said he was determined that any sequel to Mamma Mia would have value that was more than just financial, so he wanted to wait until there was a good script.
"Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" hits theaters on Friday.
The first film gleefully plundered 20 sparkling gems from the Abba songbook, including a rousing full cast rendition of Waterloo over the end credits bedecked in straining spandex and sequins.
Cher has been hailed as "absolutely gorgeous" by fans after wowing on the blue carpet for the Mamma Mia! While she gives tours to visitors around the property, she reminisces about her mother's journey to the island, right out of Oxford.
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Half the film will be taken up in flashback to the life of young Donna, played by Lily James. And, now the show-stopping duo have given their fans one more reason to swoon over both, thanks to their appearance at the new movie's world premiere at London's Eventim Apollo on Monday.
Making an impression as her dark locks tumbled around her shoulders, the singer smoldered as she sported rosy-make up and fluttery eyelashes. Now, with Mamma Mia!
There's also still enough crackpot insanity to go around: a particularly surreal version of "Waterloo" is set in a French restaurant, and Christine Baranski gets several crackerjack lines.
From the moment we hear the thrum of the chart-topping diva's private helicopter approaching Kalokairi, Parker's film cranks up the volume on our pleasure to 11 and blows the roof off the taverna with her rapturous interpretation of Fernando with fellow newcomer Andy Garcia.
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It's pretty safe to say that this will hardly be the last time we see her in the spotlight, since she seems to live there.
However, she declared, that's "just not the case".
Much like its predecessor, "Mamma Mia!".
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She was heard describing her son as "very relaxed and peaceful", telling the archbishop with a smile: "I hope he stays like this". Prince George and Princess Charlotte each held on to their dad's hands as he guided them towards the chapel.