Misfits is unlikely to get its big screen outing any time soon, according to one of the show's stars.
There had been plans to take the hit Channel 4 TV series to a film version, but Antonia Thomas, who played Alisha Daniels, told the Radio Times that plans had been shelved for the time being.
She said: "There was all sorts of talk about it. We read scripts and I think it's now not happening. I haven't heard anything. I think it's just difficult to get everybody together.
"Everybody is doing such different things. Maybe they think everybody has moved on, I don't know. You never say never but I have not heard anything of it of late.
"It was a really cool script, kind of getting the old gang back together, it could have been a lot of fun."
Misfits ran for five series from 2009 to 2013 and was about a group of teenage delinquents who ended up with superhuman powers after a storm.
The film script had been written by series creator Howard Overman and was going to include original cast members Antonia, Iwan Rheon, Lauren Socha, Nathan Stewart-Jarrett and Robert Sheehan.
Antonia is now starring in new Channel 4 sitcom Scrotal Recall as the love interest of a man diagnosed with an STD who has to contact all his former sexual partners to let them know, and said of the new series: "There is so much room for at least a second series and we would want to explore it more."