Actor Seth Green, who was one of the stars of the remake of The Italian Job, says he doubts the long-planned sequel, titled The Brazilian Job, will ever go into production. According to Green, despite the box-office success of the first film, there has been no concrete momentum toward getting the sequel made over the last six years. The changing brass at Paramount apparently can't agree on giving the project a green light. Another obstacle (though it might be a benefit) is that Mark Wahlberg, the charisma-challenged star of the first film, will not commit to a sequel until he sees the script. Here's a suggestion: just re-release the 1969 version starring Michael Caine and audiences will discover that a good movie was buried under the debris of the remake. Besides, we thought The Brazilian Job was something women had done before hitting the beach.