"Pretty Little Liars" creator Marlene King dropped a few bombshells about a possible movie based off the ABC Family show. In a new interview King teased that she has a few ideas for a "great" film, but wouldn't divulge too many details. 

“We’ve got some really big ideas for a great ‘PLL’ movie, but that won’t happen right after the series ends," King said during "Good Morning America's 40 for 40" live stream Wednesday night (via E! Online). 

She continued, "I think we’ll take a little break and let everybody go off and do a few things and hopefully we’ll come back together again and do something really special.”

This isn't the first time King has hinted at a possible "Pretty Little Liars" movie. According to Variety, she said during the Television Critics’ Association press tour in August that a movie -- and an eighth season -- were both "very possible." 

“I think we’ll let the fans tell us what they want. We’re open to that," she said. 

Even though there still isn't a definite answer whether "Pretty Little Liars" will head to the big screen, fans know for sure that the series will return with a crazy Season 6B in January and it was picked up for a Season 7.

As previously reported, the second half of Season 6 will feature a five-year time jump and reveal what each of the girls were up to before Alison (Sasha Pierterse) asked them to return to Rosewood. 

In a sneak peek of Season 6B, it was revealed that Hanna (Ashley Benson) landed a job in the fashion industry and moved to New York, Emily (Shay Mitchell) went to college at Pepperdine University in California, Spencer (Troian Bellisario) is involved in politics in Washington D.C., Alison is an English teacher and married to a man named Dr. Rollins (Huw Collins), and Aria (Lucy Hale) is working in publishing. 

"Pretty Little Liars" Season 6B returns to ABC Family (soon becoming Freeform network) on Jan. 12, but a "Five Years Forward" special airs Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC Family.