Jim Carrey really made his name in 1994 hit The Mask as banker Stanley Ipkiss who eventually turned into a green-headed mischievous gangster after discovering a green mask.
While promoting his role in the upcoming video game adaption of Sonic The Hedgehog, Jim let slip the one condition that must be met if he was to reprise his role of Stanley once more.
He said that he doesn't "think in terms of sequels and stuff like that," before going on to add: "The Mask I think, myself, you know, it would depend on a filmmaker."
Continuing his chat with ComicBook.com, Carrey added: "It depends on a filmmaker really. I don't want to do it just to do it.
"But I would only do it if it was some crazy visionary filmmaker. Sure."
A sequel without Jim Carrey, Son of The Mask was released in 2005 but it was critically attacked.
Original co-creator of the iconic character Mike Richardson has previously spoken about a potential sequel of The Mask but hinted he would like to see a woman take the reins of the green-faced gangster.
Speaking to Forbes, he said: "I'd ideally like to see a really good physical comedian [in the role].
Mike went on to say: "I'd like it to be another character film about a person dealing with absolute power. The whole theme of The Mask was we all say what we would do if we had absolute power, just like Stanley Ipkiss.
"When we get absolute power, we often resort to the most petty of endeavours and it’s overcoming our human nature and using the power for good."
He added: "Stan Lee said, 'with great power comes great responsibility,' but my thing is an older axiom, which is 'absolute power corrupts absolutely.'"