Rebel Wilson has said she would love to write a musical about Ursula the sea witch from Disney's The Little Mermaid.
The Pitch Perfect star, who has long been a fan of musicals, is making her West End debut as Miss Adelaide in Guys And Dolls on June 28 for eight weeks.
When asked if her plans for the future include writing musicals, she told the Press Association: "I would love to!"
She added: "I just worked with Alan Menken - who's a genius songwriter who wrote basically any Disney musical song - and I was like, 'Let's do a collab, let's get something going,' so hopefully I can.
"Ursula, that I just played from The Little Mermaid, we could do a great original movie with Ursula and old-new songs. I think that would be cool."
Earlier this month at The Hollywood Bowl, the 36-year-old impressed US critics with her performance of the sea witch in a live production of Disney's 1989 animated favourite.
"I don't think I can be nominated for any awards. But this is not about awards. The very first time I came to the West End, I was 21 and I was a student and I went to see all the musicals that were on at the time - all the old ones like Starlight Express and The Lion King - and I was just like, 'Wow! I wonder if I could ever do that one day?'
She continued: "Now, I'm going to be in one of the shows and it's a real honour and I hope people come because I'm going to try to give it. I've only got 64 performances, it's not a lot when you think about it so I'm going to give it every single night and try my best."
For more information about Guys And Dolls visit the Phoenix Theatre's website.