“Suits” star Patrick J. Adams thinks a reunion movie 'is possible'

The stars discussed returning to their roles during a panel at ATX Television festival.

Given its recent streaming success, there's no question that fans would love more Suits. That's why creator Aaron Korsh is currently working on the spinoff series Suits: LA. But what about the original cast? Could fans ever seen Harvey (Gabriel Macht) and Mike (Patrick J. Adams) together again in more than a commercial? Adams thinks it's possible.

During a panel for the ATX Television Festival on Sunday, a fan asked that, given USA Network's love of a TV movie, would they be willing to reprise their beloved roles from the long-running series? Sitting on a panel alongside his former costars Sarah Rafferty, Amanda Schull, Dulé Hill, Abigail Spencer, and USA exec Jeff Wachtel, Adams was quick to say "yes" before adding, "I say that being a person who has no power or authority."

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<p>Robert Ascroft/USA Network/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images</p> Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht from 'Suits'

Robert Ascroft/USA Network/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

Patrick J. Adams and Gabriel Macht from 'Suits'

Adams then continued, "Obviously there's the Suits: LA show that is being made, that is the focus of Aaron, I think he would agree, but it's definitely something he's interested in doing in trying to get the band back together. It's going to depend on a million things if that can happen, but is it possible? I think it is possible."

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When asked specifically if he'd be willing to once again play the too-smart-for-his-own-good Mike Ross, Adams said he was "down." Hill also chimed in saying he'd be a willing participant, as someone who's familiar with a USA movie.

So perhaps there's hope that fans will see more of their favorite fast-talking lawyers.

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