The Inbetweeners are reportedly set to feature in a follow-up film - despite the cast expressing their doubts about a sequel.
The big screen spin-off of the E4 show has been this summer's box office hit, and according to the Daily Mirror another film is now on the cards.
An insider told the newspaper: "Initially we said the characters and themes had reached a natural conclusion. But the success has been too big to ignore and it makes perfect sense to give the fans what they want.
"It would be much more viable than making an extra series because the characters have moved on, so that's what we're doing."
The foursome would apparently be reunited four years after their Greek summer holiday, ahead of hapless Neil's stag do and wedding.
But Simon Bird, who plays Will, has previously quipped: "I don't think we'd do a 10-year reunion. I mean never say never, we might not have worked."
And Blake Harrison - best known for portraying Neil - admitted the characters may not be so well-loved in years to come, should they age.
"The reason the show works is that all these horrible things these characters say, you forgive them because they're so young and ignorant," he explained.