Showed Love for ‘90210’ Crew …
When Asked About Reboot
3/5/2019 1:00 AM PST
Luke Perry might have been on the fence, initially, about doing a “Beverly Hills, 90210” reboot — but he was clear about his love for his old pals, and his admiration for the man who made them famous.
TMZ obtained this footage from a Riverdale Convention in Chicago last April, where Luke was fielding questions from the crowd. A woman asked him if he would ever play Dylan McKay again for a ‘90210’ reunion.
Check out his answer … Luke seemed to relish the idea of getting back with the ‘90210’ gang, but definitely had mixed emotions because it would be without the show’s executive producer … Aaron Spelling.
Remember, Tori‘s dad — the TV legend behind “Charlie’s Angels,” “Dynasty” and “The Love Boat” — executively produced ‘90210’ from its 1990 start until it ended in 2000.
In a sad coincidence, Aaron died in 2006 … a few days after suffering a stroke.
Although Luke hadn’t signed on to be a full-time part of the new ‘90210’ project — due to scheduling conflicts with his “Riverdale” gig — we’re told he hoped to make guest appearances.