No promises yet, but in a post-opening interview with Variety, Plaza Suite star Sarah Jessica Parker hinted at the possibility of filming the Broadway revival, in which she currently stars with Matthew Broderick.
“There’s been interest in filming the production,” she told the outlet, “and we’ll start having those conversations now. Filming was something we talked about after the Broadway shutdown, and that remains something we’re trying to figure out.”
The Parker-Broderick led staging, in which the real-life couple play three different twosomes each spending an evening in NYC's Plaza Hotel, is the first Broadway revival of the Simon comedy. It premiered in 1968 starring George C. Scott and Maureen Stapleton, and was adapted for film in 1971 starring Walter Matthau and Stapleton. Carol Burnett starred in a 1987 television movie adaptation.
The limited engagement of Plaza Suite, directed by John Benjamin Hickey, runs through June 26 at the Hudson Theatre.