Actor Jack Coleman returns to one of his most iconic roles.
Actor Greg Grunberg says that “Heroes” could live on–on the silver screen.
The actor says that creator Tim Kring is determined to keep the universe of the once-hit series alive. And now that NBC has passed on a mini-series to wrap up the show, Grunberg things a movie is the next logical step.
“Heroes” may not quite be dead yet.
Series creator Tim Kring is currently pitching a mini-series that would wrap-up the recently canceled series to NBC. Kring says that he has the support of the entire cast of the show would like to return for the project.
“Heroes” concluded its fourth season earlier this week. And while the fifth volume of the series was wrapped up, the show still ended with the words “To Be Continued” flashing up on screen.
Actor Masi Oka says that as “Heores” enters the stretch-run of its fourth season, that he feels the storyline his character Hiro has been given this year is the second-best one for Hiro since the show began.
Many of us have heard rumblings that this could be the final season for NBCs “Heroes.” But those rumors don’t mean much to series regular Dawn Oliveri.
“Everybody talks about it losing momentum and not being so great in the ratings, but honestly, this show makes so much money for NBC that I don’t see it gong anywhere. It’s had No.1 DVD sales every year it’s been on – internationally – and I don’t think it’s going anywhere. I think it’ll keep going,” says Oliveri to Digital Spy.
If you missed last night’s all new episode of “Heroes” you can catch up on it in two minutes thank to NBC. The video catch-up is available below. Or if you want to see the full episode you can view it on NBC’s web site.
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