Audrina Patridge and Lauren Conrad
got its Hollywood ending
last summer when the series came to a surprising end on a studio back lot.
But has Tinseltown truly seen the last of MTV's hit series?
When The Hills
ended after four years – and six seasons – in July 2010, executive producer Adam DiVello wanted to take its stars and their drama to the big screen. But the cast wasn't on board for a movie version of the show.
"We were kind of all just so fed up with each other that we all needed a little break," The Hills
alum Audrina Patridge
told Ryan Seacrest
on his radio show
. But, she adds, "We've all had our break. Maybe we'll all come back together and do a movie."
From drama queens Kristin Cavallari
and Lauren Conrad
to spotlight-loving couple Heidi Montag
and Spencer Pratt, the feature film (whether it would be scripted or not) would certainly serve up the drama. Also potentially heading back to The Hills
: Brody Jenner
, Stephanie Pratt and Lauren Bosworth, who all had their share of rocky relationships when the show aired.