The Daily Telegraph reports
Musical comedy Pitch Perfect, which starred Aussie Rebel Wilson, is not ready to retire its vocal cords.
Universal Studios has announced a sequel to the hit movie, and it's assumed Wilson, who starred in the original, will also appear in the follow-up.
The original Glee-esque flick starred Wilson as Fat Amy, whose one-liners and sharp wit shone a gleaming light on the Sydney-born actress.
Wilson recently performed onstage with her Pitch Perfect castmates at the MTV Awards on April 14, which she also hosted.
On the night, the Aussie star revealed she hoped for a follow-up to the feel-good hit. And it seems her dreams have come true, with Universal announcing on Wednesday that a sequel will be released in 2015.
Screenwriter Kay Cannon will return to pen the follow-up, but the cast for the sequel has not yet been confirmed.
However, it will be a surprise if Wilson, who led the laughs the first time around, does not resurrect her role.
Pitch Perfect garnered $US112 million ($A109 million) around the world when it was released in 2012, a shocking figure considering its tame $US17 million ($A16.56 million) budget.