The original Inbetweeners Movie was released to US cinemas last week, with a sequel rumoured to be in development.
"There is some talk that we may end up doing another film, but again, that would be based on whether there's another strong enough idea," Simon Bird - who plays Will - told The Hollywood Reporter.
Joe Thomas, who plays Simon, also told the publication that his bumbling character might run for Parliament following his school experiences.
"I don't think he'd succeed," joked the 28-year-old actor. "He'd piss off too many people."
Bird previously hinted that an Inbetweeners movie sequel was unlikely, following a screening of his Channel 4 comedy Friday Night Dinner at the Edinburgh TV Festival.
"There was a story in the press... but I think that was not quite true - don't believe everything you read," he said last month. "There's no concrete plans, I don't think."
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Watch the Inbetweeners stars discuss the first film's success below: