Anna Faris says there's been talk of a sequel to her "The House Bunny" film.

The 42-year-old actress discussed the 2008 movie's lingering popularity and the possibility of a sequel during Thursday's episode of "Watch What Happens Live."

"There's a lot of love in that movie. I love it that people still appreciate it," Faris said, confirming discussions of a sequel.

"I have a fantasy of bringing Shelley back as like, a country singer."

Faris played Shelley Darlington, an aspiring Playboy Playmate who becomes the house mother of a sorority, in "The House Bunny."

The film co-stars Colin Hanks, Emma Stone, Kat Dennings, Rumer Willis and Katharine McPhee.

Faris and McPhee celebrated the movie's 10th anniversary in August.

"Ten years ago -- I couldn't believe I was wandering around the Playboy Mansion wearing this -- I love you guys and thank you for your love," Faris captioned a photo on Instagram of herself in an all-pink ensemble.

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"Today makes the 10 year anniversary of The House Bunny. ICONIC, if I do say so myself," Dennings, who portrayed Harmony, captioned a photo with Faris, Stone and Willis.

Faris is also known for playing Cindy Campbell in the first four "Scary Movie" films. She addressed her absence from "Scary Movie 5" on "Watch What Happens Live."

"I didn't see all of it," the actress said.

"Truthfully, here's what I think. I always joke that I was too old ... They wanted to revamp the brand or whatever. But I thought everyone did an amazing job."

"I grew up doing those movies. I learned a lot," she added.

Faris portrays Christy Plunkett on the CBS series "Mom," which is in its sixth season.

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