'Charmed' Movie vs. Series Reboot: Alyssa Milano & Shannon Doherty on Board For Motion Picture, They Say

News of a Charmed series reboot riled up both the stars and fans of the original show, and has now spurred the idea for a film adaptation.

After CBS announced that it will work on a complete re-imagining of the show, with Party of Five co-creator Chris Keyser and partner Sydney Sidner co-writing the project, fans took to the social media to express their disapproval. Stars of the original series -- Alyssa Milano, Rose McGowan, and Holly Marie Combs -- also reacted to the news.

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Now it seems like Milano has a better suggestion to trump the series reboot. The actress asked her co-stars if they would up for the project Wednesday on Twitter

"I would definitely do a #charmed movie. Would you, @H_Combs @rosemcgowan and @DohertyShannen?" she tweeted.

While Combs and McGowan haven't responded in the affirmative yet, Shannon did. 

"Yep I would," she wrote. "Enough was left undone to address and make a good movie." 

The original show was created by Aaron Spelling for Warner Bros. CBS, which has all the rights to Spelling's work will be producing the show with the Tannenbaum Company. The network has only ordered a script for the pilot as of now.

The show, which wrapped in 2006, used to air on Warner Bros.' now defunct television channel and ran for eight seasons with 178 episodes.

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