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"Gilmore Girls" Creator is Mulling a Movie

"Gilmore Girls" Creator is Mulling a Movie

The "Gilmore Girls" won't be gone for long if series creator Amy Sherman-Palladino has her way. When TV Guide's Michael Ausiello tracked her down at Fox's Upfronts party last week, she told him she was hoping to write a two-hour TV movie to tie up all the loose ends from the show's finale.

Of course, that would be contingent on the cast coming back for the project — and given that the show was canceled because stars Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel didn't sign contracts to return, I doubt that's a sure thing. Still, when Ausiello checked in with the major stars, they at least seemed intrigued, if not completely sold. Bledel said she'd have to read the script and see how she felt at the time, while Scott Patterson said he'd consider it if Sherman-Palladino is serious and Graham said she'd do it just to learn the mythical four words that were supposed to end the series.

So, what do you think? Did "Gilmore Girls" wrap up well enough for you, or are you still curious to see where the characters might end up?

Not to be outdone, by the way, "Veronica Mars" creator Rob Thomas said he might take a stab at a "Mars"-related feature film, though with all the rumors that have swirled around that show recently, I'm not sure I believe anything anymore.

Photo courtesy of The CW

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