The actress, who starred as Susan Delfino for eight seasons, insists that the show "still had life" left in it when it ended last year (12), despite series creator Marc Cherry denying any plans for a movie revival.
She tells Britain's The Sun, "I certainly would be (up for it). I never felt like all the stories were done when it wrapped up. I felt like it still had life."
However, the 48-year-old added that she is unsure of what story is left for Susan following the death of husband Mike Delfino, played by James Denton, in the final season.
She adds "Of course, they killed Mike. I don't know what the story would be for Susan and how she could divorce herself from the sadness of how that ended for her. Maybe the movie would be before Mike died."