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Pushing Daisies Fans: Would You Want a Movie?

The latest in TV-to-movie rumors is that Pushing Daisies might make it to the big screen — after, of course, the last episode finally airs this Summer. That last episode apparently won't resolve every plotline on the show, but according to Kristin Chenoweth, Bryan Fuller has an idea for a movie that would. Here's more:

"It would wrap up a lot of the unanswered questions that people will have once they finally air our final episodes," the singer-actress told . . If the movie goes ahead, Chenoweth says she's in — and she believes her Daisies castmates would be as well. "I'm sure that Bryan Fuller wouldn't do it without the six main characters," she said. "Paul Reubens was a big part of it — we have certain guest stars that are standouts that we'd want back. But he has such a great idea for it. . . We all want to."

Intriguing! What do you think of this? Could the vibrant, whimsical world of Pushing Daisies work on the big screen? Or should everyone just leave it to go off the air gracefully?

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bornthisway bornthisway 8 years
i loved the show, but i don't know how it would work as a movie... i'm picturing it right now as a really long episode, and i don't think i'd like that if that's the only way i'll get to watch more ned and chuck, though, then i'll take it
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 8 years
Yessss! I think it would translate really well to the big screen.
sharshar sharshar 8 years
Yes, please!
wendybird33 wendybird33 8 years
I would rather see it as a TV show :( but if the only way i can get my fix is on the big screen then I'll take it.
genesisrocks genesisrocks 8 years
It would have to be done right. A lot of TV shows don't translate well to the big screen (Think X-Files)
TsuKata TsuKata 8 years
Yay! Oh, I really hope they manage it. :)
amloveaffair amloveaffair 8 years
No. I used to love this show but I lost interest in it a while ago.
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 8 years
Yes, definitely! I'd like to see the resolutions to everything. They can't end it leaving everything open-ended. It's bad enough it was canceled.
jennaboa jennaboa 8 years
This is such a great series. How did it get canceled a drek like the new 90210 get kept? Ergh.
Happsmjc Happsmjc 8 years
Is it sad and ridic that I have been utterly depressed on Wednesdays? It used to be my favorite night of the week, because of Pushing Daisies (and Dirty Sexy Money). And there was a time when there was so much to DVR that I had no more room (Top Model, Project Runway, etc etc) now I look at my guide and NOTHING is on (well except Top Chef)...its so sad!!! In other words--I would love a movie!
daisyblink daisyblink 8 years
I concur! I love the series and will be disappointed if I don't get my questions answered.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 8 years
This is one idea that I can really support; Pushing Daisies seems as though it would translate to the big screen really well. The more the better!
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