"Pitch Perfect" star Anna Camp is open to making a new sequel. The 36-year-old actress discussed the possibility of a fourth film with Entertainment Tonight while attending the Television Critics Association press tour Thursday. Camp plays Aubrey Posen in the "Pitch Perfect" movies, which co-star Anna Kendrick, Brittany Snow and Rebel Wilson. The original film opened in theaters in 2012 and was followed by "Pitch Perfect 2" (2015) and "Pitch Perfect 3" (2017). "I'm down," Camp said of a new sequel. "I love those girls and I love playing my character, so if they needed me I would be there, for sure." Camp was promoting her new NBC series, "Perfect Harmony," at the press tour. The show is a musical comedy co-starring Bradley Whitford and Will Greenberg, and will premiere Sept. 26. "Had so much fun at the summer #tca1029 promoting @nbcperfectharmony!!!" Camp wrote Thursday on Instagram. Wilson, who portrays Patricia "Fat Amy" Hobart in "Pitch Perfect," previously teased a fourth movie in October. Adam DeVine, who played Bumper Allen in the first two films, said in June he's open to the idea. "I could see like a Pitch Perfect wedding or something fun, if it makes sense. But I don't know. I kind of think it's done," the actor said. In addition to "Perfect Harmony," Camp will star in a number of films, including "The Lovebirds" with Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani and "The Wedding Year" with Sarah Hyland.