The Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison has joked he and the rest of the cast were short changed on a holiday for the movie version of the hit TV show.
The 25-year-old actor - who plays loveable dimwit Neil Sutherland in the E4 comedy about a group of male sixth formers - was looking decided pasty at the BT Digital Music Awards on Thursday, and explained they had only been abroad to film the big screen spin-off for a few days.
Blake said: "We only did a weekend - we were in Malia only because they wanted it to be filled with people, so it looked like it was busy, but we won't actually be filming any large portion of the film for a long, long time."
But he was tight-lipped about what will happen to Neil, Simon, Jay and Will in the film.
He said: "It's going to be like the lads go on a lads holiday and that's pretty much all I know, so that's all I can give away."
It has been reported that writers have decided to call time on The Inbetweeners after the current third series and film because the lads are getting too old.
Blake said: "It'll be an emotional time. There'll be some tears but we'll be fine. We'll move on with our lives, never speak to each other again, we'll be 'that guy I did that thing with that one time and that'll be it.'"
But he revealed he would be up for making more, saying: "Never say never. It's always down to the writers, it's their baby - if they want to stay with them for a few more years then God bless 'em, we'll do it."