Barbra Streisand will always regret not convincing Robert Redford to make a The Way We Were sequel - because she had a great story in mind for the follow-up film.
The two stars of the 37-year-old classic were interviewed together for the first time on Tuesday's Oprah Winfrey Show and Streisand revealed she always wanted to return as activist Katie in the tearjerker - but Redford refused to make a second story.
The actor explained, "I just felt certain things should be left alone."
But Streisand disagreed, stating, "There was a great story, a triangle... with our daughter, who would have become a political activist."
Redford then confessed he has never seen The Way We Were.