Wilmer Valdarrama on ‘That ’70s Show’ Reunion: ‘It’s Something We’ve Talked About’ (VIDEO)

Wilmer on 'Suburgatory'
The actor is reprising his role on the ABC sitcom.
Fans of That ‘70s Show, we have some great news for you.

When Celebuzz caught up with Wilmer Valderrama at the 2012 Environmental Media Awards, he told us that a reunion of the hilarious cast, which includes Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Topher Grace, Laura Prepon and Danny Masterson, is possible.

“Never say never,” he told us. “I couldn’t confirm that anything’s in the works but I will tell you it’s something we’ve talked about.”

Our sliver of hope to see Fez and Eric and the gang just got bigger. Valderrama who declined to comment on his former co-stars recent coupling also said, “we love what we did on That ‘70s Show and we love one another so much and we’re still very much present in each other’s lives.”

What did the actor have to say about how he’s trying to save the environment?

Valderrama, who was most recently seen on the canceled NBC drama Awake, talked to Celebuzz about the easy ways to be green including using technology.

“At my company, what we try to do is, we print on both sides of the paper. A lot of documents and our scripts come in an email form,” he told us.

“The ability you have now to really have it in your palm and not carry it anywhere is amazing,” he continued.

Valderrama can be seen this fall reprising his role as the new age Yoni on ABC’s Suburgatory. He is also making a guest appearance on FOX’s Raising Hope as a love interest for Sabrina’s mom, played by Melanie Griffith.

Suburgatory’s second season premieres Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 9:30 PM on ABC. Raising Hope can be seen on Tuesdays at 8 PM on FOX.

You can watch the Valderrama’s entire interview above.

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