Kevin Costner's latest, the rather intriguing serial killer thriller Mr. Brooks, doesn't hit screens until June 1, but that hasn't stopped the star from broaching the topic of sequels -- which is kind of strange when you consider that Costner's never done a sequel! It was in an interview with Entertainment Weekly that the actor talked sequels: "''This was written with the idea that we would do a couple others ...When the writers first presented the notion to me, I said, 'Oh, bulls---! I haven't done Tin Cup 2, or Bull Durham 2, or Open Range: The Early Years, so you don't have to try to hook me with that.'
But when they told me their idea, the hair on the back of my neck stood up. We're hoping this little movie develops a following so we can play this story out the way it should.'' Co-starring Demi Moore, Dane Cook and William Hurt (in a role that looks pretty darn juicy), Mr. Brooks hails from the long-standing writing duo of Raynold Gideon and Bruce A. Evans, the guys who've penned movies very good (Starman, Stand By Me) and not-so-good (Cutthroat Island, Jungle 2 Jungle). Check out the trailer if you like.