Snow White and the Huntsman fans, you've been officially alerted.
Kristen Stewart dropped her first real hint that Universal Pictures could indeed be moving forward with a sequel to the summer blockbuster—and that it just might involve her, contrary to rumors that the actress was out.
"No one's positive or anything, but I think there's a strong possibility," the 22-year-old told The Hollywood Reporter while making the press rounds for Breaking Dawn Part 2.
Back in August, reports circulated that the studio had decided not to invite the thesp back for another go-round and would instead retool any follow-up to focus on costar Chris Hemsworth—this in the wake of Stewart's highly publicized fling with SWATH director Rupert Sanders.
However, a rep for Universal told E! News at the time that K.Stew was indeed still very much a part of the franchise and was just never officially attached to a second film.
Based on Stewart's latest comment, it looks like they might be getting down to business, which wouldn't be too much of a surprise given that SWATH grossed a whopping $396 million in worldwide ticket sales.
A rep for the studio was unavailable for comment.