Rose Byrne says she 'would absolutely do' a 'Bridesmaids' sequel: 'It was so magical'

Rose Byrne says she ‘would absolutely do’ a ‘Bridesmaids’ sequel: ‘It was so magical’

Rose Byrne is the latest Bridesmaids star to say she’d be returning for a sequel to the hit comedy.

In an interview with People Magazinepublished online Thursday, the Neighborhood the actress said she would “obviously” make a sequel to the 2011 film, which also stars Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Ellie Kemper.

She continued, “If all the girls were in it, I absolutely would.”

But Byrne noted that because the first film was so successful, it would be a “difficult act to follow.” Adding, “It was so magical and so loved.”

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The Paul Feig-directed film finds Annie (Wiig) going all out, no matter how crazy they may be, to be the best bridesmaid she can be to her best friend Lillian (Rudolph). But everything begins to turn into chaos as she leads Lillian and the group of bridesmaids down an unforgettable and competitive road to marriage.

Byrne also hinted that the cast could perhaps “do a different film together. A retelling of something.

“I miss them all,” she said. “I saw Kristen Wiig recently. It was so nice to see her. I haven’t seen her in so long and they all have such a special place in my heart.

Last month, Melissa McCarthy also told the magazine she’d be reuniting the gang for a sequel “this afternoon, right now.”

“That group of women was the most magical thing ever”, The little Mermaid the actress then said. “Most of us were already good friends. I think it was such a magical moment.

Although Byrne is known for her comedic roles in Bridesmaids AND Neighborhoodhe said recently The Hollywood Reporter who was also excited to face another one in his latest show, Platonicwhere she stars alongside Seth Rogen.

“I think a lot of television and a lot of my favorite shows, even comedies, are very heavy, and this show isn’t very heavy,” she said of the new Apple TV+ series. “It’s very light-hearted and really tries to make big laughs.”