The 33-year-old actress, who played Stacey in the award-winning BBC One sitcom, admitted that she is still intrigued by the idea of a movie spinoff, but said that it is unlikely to happen.
"I'd like to make a film if we could be filming in Hawaii or Spain or somewhere, that would be nice, but I don't think we'll ever do a film because everything was all done in the telly series," she told PA.
"I'd quite like to do a musical - that would be quite fun if we could do it all with rock songs; although my singing is not that wonderful, so I'd probably have to speak-sing my bit."
Meanwhile, the star also spoke highly of Gavin & Stacey co-star and creator James Corden, who became a father in March.
Of Corden's new arrival, Page revealed: "I've seen photos of him but I haven't seen him in real life. He just looks adorable and James is going to be an absolutely perfect father.
"When we were doing the third series he was just amazing with the little baby we had and he just looked like he was made to do it. I'm the sort of person who can never think of anything to say to a baby, but he just looks like a natural."
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