The movie starred Kristen Stewart as Abby, a woman who goes home for the holidays with her girlfriend Harper (Mackenzie Davis), only to have to go back in the closet and pretend the two are "just friends" around friends and family, as Harper isn't out.
DuVall is currently doing press for her new TV show High School, which is based on the memoir by lesbian sisters and musicians Tegan and Sara. But the press is also wondering if we're going to see more of Abby and Harper.
"I mean, there's nothing planned right now, but I would love to make a sequel," she said. "It was such a fun experience, and everyone is so good and so nice, and got along so well. It really felt like one of those lighting-in-a-bottle type situations. So I hope so."
Almost as soon as the movie premiered, talks of a sequel started up.
"I would love to do a sequel," DuVall told Variety in 2020. "I mean, I have a couple of ideas. We all had such a great time making the movie that we were talking about it then. But it was also just like, who knew if anybody would care about the movie or not? So I definitely am more than open to it."
Many fans want a prospective sequel to focus on Aubrey Plaza's character Riley, a sexy doctor who used to be Harper's girlfriend before she was outed and ostracized in high school. Riley stole every scene she was in, and many fans wanted her to get her own happy ending.