Actress Lauren Graham has given hope to fans of defunct U.S. series Gilmore Girls - she's revealed a big-screen adaption could be in the pipeline.
The show, starring Graham as a single mum raising her daughter, began in 2000 but was axed in 2007.
Calls for a movie spin-off never came to fruition - but Graham admits a big-screen version is now being discussed.
She tells Vanity Fair magazine, "It might (happen). What's funny to me is that in all these years, no one ever talked about (a film) except the fans. But now people... who could actually make it happen are talking about it."
But Graham is sceptical over whether a movie version of the series would work so long after the cancellation.
She adds, "I think it could be good, but I wonder if we've waited too long. I don't want to be walking around the town square with a cane."