Who wants to see a Desperate Housewives movie?
But we're not about to hold our breath waiting for a Wisteria Lane reunion.
"I don't think that script will ever be written," Teri Hatcher told me last night at the Planes premiere in Hollywood. "But if it was I'd be happy to consider it."
Hatcher told Extra last week, "I love the fans of the show so much, and they don't seem to be done with those characters."
Desperate Housewives premiered on ABC in 2004 and ran for eight seasons.
Maybe Hatcher can at least make an appearance on the Eva Longoria and Marc Cherry produced Devious Maids.
She just needs to watch the Lifetime show first.
"I've been traveling the whole summer," she said. "I haven't watched any television."
Hatcher in a maid's uniform? Totally hot.
In Planes, Hatcher voices Dottie, a forklift that fixes the planes.
She didn't try for a cartoony voice, but rather, "I actually did try to think of myself as very planted and in the earth as opposed to all the planes up there. I did try to have that centered grounded voice."
Check out more from the Planes premiere tonight on E! News at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.