Rose Byrne has revealed that she has no idea if a sequel to summer blockbuster X-Men: First Class will go ahead.
The movie, which was directed by Matthew Vaughn, took the story of Erik and Charles back to the sixties when they were grappling to understand this powers.
Byrne took on the role of Moira MacTaggert in the film alongside Michael Fassbender, James McAvoy and Jennifer Lawrence.
The film was a critical and commercial hit as it topped the box office in both the U.S. and the UK - but she admits she doesn't know if she will be reprising the character.
Speaking to IGN Movies the actress said: "We all had to sign on for three, I believe. Well, I did anyway. But as of right now I have no idea if they're planning on doing another one."
"But that was the idea depending on how it all went, I suppose. We'll see."
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the project Byrne admits that she would love to return to the franchise.
"I loved working on it and loved working with the cast," Byrne said. "I loved Matthew Vaughn. I also loved the style; the era and the fashion.
"And it was kind of kitsch-y and funny. It was a really fun and sophisticated superhero movie. I'm very proud of the film."
Flawless, perfect, stunning, etc. I love this lady and I hope they won't cut half of her scenes again if they do make a sequel (and she's in it). Her part in XMFC was kinda useless and disappointing, imo.