HBO executives say they are "absolutely interested" in making follow-up to the hugely popular Sex and the City movie.
"Everybody came away feeling very excited by [the first film's] quality and its success, so that always invites the possibility of a continuation," HBO co-president Richard Plepler told PEOPLE Thursday after the network's session at the Television Critics Association's press tour.
Will it actually happen?
"It's really up to [director] Michael Patrick [King] and Sarah Jessica [Parker] and the rest of the girls," he said. "But do I think at some point in the next four to five years there's a likely possibility? Yeah, I think there's a likely possibility."
Jennifer Hudson, for one, is ready to reprise her role.
A sequel is "not out of the question," she told PEOPLE Thursday night at London's Keep a Child Alive fund-raiser hosted by Alicia Keys. "I would love to be a part of that."
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During the HBO session, Plepler and fellow HBO exec Michael Lombardo also discussed the possibility of bringing The Sopranos to the big screen.
It would come down to "whatever David [Chase] wants to do," Lombardo said of the series' creator.
Chase has said in the past that it's unlikely he'll continue Tony's saga. But an insider speculates there's a "50-50" chance he'll change his mind. "Should he want it, " says the source, "it will happen."
With reporting by MONIQUE JESSEN