It's one of the most beloved films of the noughties - and now 'The Devil Wears Prada' is getting a sequel.

The 2006 film about a young publishing graduate Andy (Anne Hathaway) who scores a job as assistant to high-powered Anna Wintour-esque fashion editor Miranda Priestly (Meryl Streep) was hugely successful upon its release and earned Streep an Oscar nomination.

Indeed, the comedy has proved such an enduring success that it has even spawned a musical adaptation, with songs written by Elton John, which premiered in Chicago in 2022 and is set to run in London's West End this autumn.

However, fans of the film have been left wondering whether Hathaway and Streep would ever reprise their roles as Andy and Miranda - until now.

The film's writer Aline Brosh McKenna has confirmed that she is writing a sequel, and the woman who developed and produced the original, Wendy Finerman, is also on board the project.

Rumours (although unconfirmed) suggest that the plotline may focus on Streep's Priestly at the end of her career, tackling the decline in the traditional publishing model, and going head-to-head with her former assistant Emily (Emily Blunt) - who is now a top-level exec at an advertising company.

Although the project is still in the early stages - the cast has not been confirmed and Disney have not even commented on the potential sequel - fans are already very excited at the prospect.