Florence Pugh has weighed in on the possibility of having her own cooking show, confirming a format is in talks at the moment.
The Marvel star debuted an impromptu cooking series unofficially titled Cooking With Flo on her own social channels over lockdown, with her followers calling on her to host her own programme.
"Conversations are happening," Pugh recently told Time about the chance of seeing her rock a chef apron again.
She also clarified what fans should expect should Cooking With Flo turn into a more structured show aimed for TV.
"If I were to make something, I wouldn't want it to be polished or clean or fussy," she added.
This isn't the first time the Little Women actress has said a cooking show might well be on its way.
In March this year, Pugh explained other projects had to be prioritised over the Chef Flo series, but reassured fans about the latter "definitely" happening at some stage.
"Due to shooting schedules and it not quite being the right style of show, we had to just put it on a back burner," she told Happy Sad Confused podcast host Josh Horowitz.
"But it's definitely in the works, it's happening. We're trying to make something happen."
On the big screen, Pugh will next be seen in Christopher Nolan's hotly anticipated biopic Oppenheimer as part of a star-studded cast led by Peaky Blinders' Cillian Murphy.
She's also filming romantic drama We Live In Time opposite The Amazing Spider-Man's Andrew Garfield and is set to appear in the sequel to Denis Villeneuve's Dune as Princess Irulan.
Oppenheimer is set for release on July 21, 2023. We Live In Time and Dune: Part Two are yet to receive a release window.
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