Judd Apatow thinks 'Girls' would make a great movie.
The TV show - created by and starring Lena Dunham, with Judd as Executive Producer - will end after its upcoming sixth season and while the focus is on the finale right now, Judd, 48, admitted he would be open to making a big screen version of 'Girls' in the future.
He told Variety: "I think the show would work well as a movie. I don't think that's something [Dunham] wants to do immediately, but it would be a great movie. It feels like they've all been movies."
Lena, 29, previously insisted she would love to make a 'Girls' movie, explaining: "I have fantasies of us all coming back and making a movie when we're 40. I think we'd want to wait long enough for something to have really gone down."
While Judd would not give any hints on the season finale of the show, he admitted that Lena has something special in mind.
He recently said: "We just started kicking it around. There are ideas, but they could go out the window once we start typing. But there is an idea [Lena Dunham] has wanted to do for a few years."