It's time for Miranda Priestly to make a comeback. According to Variety, Disney is in discussions to create a sequel to the successful film The Devil Wears Prada, featuring Meryl Streep as Miranda Priestly, alongside Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt. Aline Brosh McKenna, the writer of the original screenplay, is also in talks to come back. Although it's uncertain which other original cast members will return, Variety suggests that the plot will revolve around Priestly's career as she deals with the decline of traditional magazine publishing and competes against Blunt's character, who is now a high-ranking executive in a luxury group that Priestly needs for advertising revenue.

Hathaway has previously expressed her doubts about a sequel. In an interview with E! News in March, she stated, "I don't think a continuation of that story is probably ever gonna happen. The reason that movie felt so special was that we were a team and we did that work, but really it's the love that everybody pours to it." Meanwhile, Streep had a deep affection for her strong-willed character. She told EW, "I liked that there wasn't any backing away from the horrible parts of her, and the real scary parts of her had to do with the fact that she didn't try to ingratiate, which is always the female emollient in any situation where you want your way—what my friend Carrie Fisher used to call 'the squeezy and tilty' of it all. [Miranda] didn't do any of that."