Larry Hagman has expressed his doubts over a planned Dallas remake, insisting he's wary of "risking the legacy" he built on the beloved soap.
The actor starred as greedy oil baron J.R. Ewing in all 13 seasons of the hit show, but he's not sure if he wants to take part in a modern TV update.
Hagman admits he could be tempted to join the cast, but only if he didn't have to work daily or promote the show.
He tells Britain's Hello! magazine, "I might be interested. Look, 13 years (of the show) is nice and I got plenty of money. To do it again and risk the legacy I've established... I don't know if it's worth it. I'm thinking about it.
"I'd like to know who's doing it, who's writing it and who's in the show. I don't want to work every day and I'd like not to have to promote it. So, we'll see."