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Could there be a BIG Screen Gilmore Girls movie in the works?

New - - Looks like the chances of a TV Movie are on the increase Michael Ausiello just interviewed the shows creator, Amy Sherman-Palladino.

“I wanted different things for Rory,” confesses AS-P. “I wanted her to follow a different sort of path… [go] off on her own adventure, which I guess she sort of did. I haven’t [actually] seen the last season, but I heard about it from other people.”

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Well it's probably too soon to say that but here is a Twitt

er from Ausiello
"CW #upfront: Ok, Peter Roth said he likes the idea of a Gilmore FEATURE film as opposed to TV movie."


"Just cornered Peter Roth head of Warner Bros. TV and asked him about a Gilmore movie! He said he likes the idea of a Gilmore FEATURE film as opposed to TV movie" has now gone to Myspace

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Operation Amy Postcard Blitz is HERE - to send the Palladinos postcards showing there's interest in a GG movie.

Talk shows

Laurne Graham going to appear on several talk shows promoting Evan Almighty.
Maybe people could send those shows some emails and/or letters, to let them know about GG ending abruptly, leaving many fans bitter and disappointed, who are therefore organizing a campaign now for more episodes or a GG movie, and urging the shows to get LG's reaction to that.

The appearances so far courtesy of gossipcom


  • NEW - Ask Ausiello - Question: So now that AS-P's new show is kaput, what do you think are the odds she'll start getting serious about a Gilmore Girls movie? — Leila
    Ausiello: Your guess is as good as mine. For the record, my guess is in the neighborhood of 40-1. I imagine Team P has a fair amount of wound-licking to do before they dive back into TV.

  • Target reached - - 10,000 on the 30th (last day) of November. - go_clo@FanForum

  • Should Alexis join the 'GG' movie? - Rumor has it that Amy Sherman-Palladino, the original creator and writer of "Gilmore Girls," wants to conclude the story with a two-hour TV movie. Most of the cast, including Lauren Graham and Scott Patterson, seem to be on board. But Alexis Bledel is holding out, word has it, to see how she feels at the time. What do you think? Should she give Rory one last go, or leave her be? Post your comments below. - Elissa5@FanForum

  • press junket - QUESTION: AND THERE’S THE REUNION MOVIE OF THE ‘GILMORE GIRLS.’ GRAHAM: And there’s the reunion movie of the ‘Gilmore Girls.’ Yeah. - gossipcom@FanForum

  • Ask Ausiello - June 13, 2007
    Question: I just can't muster up any enthusiasm since the demise of Gilmore Girls. I now have a humdrum existence. How do you deal with it every day?— Holly
    Ausiello: That's a great question, Holly. Whenever I feel down in the dumps, I look across my office at the prop wine bottle from the Stars Hollow production of Fiddler on the Roof that producers sent me last week as a thank-you for supporting their show. Nothing lifts my spirits like some serious swag. Don't be jealous, though: I also got my hands on some way cool Dragonfly Inn loot, and I totally plan on sharing it with you guys via a contest of some sort. I'll hopefully have more details in the coming weeks.

  • Kristen eonline - Francesca: Any chance of a Gilmore Girls reunion? I want to know how Amy Sherman-Palladino would have ended it! What was the final line? I got to ask that very question of Lauren Graham herself, who tells me: "People keep asking me about it, and I haven't spoken to anyone who could actually make it happen. I do wish [Amy S.-P.] had gotten to be a part of the end because the show was so much Amy's vision from the beginning, but there were a number of reasons that wasn't the way it was. But would those four final words have made a difference? I'm not sure. I think we were at a good place to end, and I think it was a natural ending." Lauren also sent out a message to you fans (including you who are still flooding my inbox with "Save Gilmore Girls" messages): "I have been very moved by the response from people in just their kindness about the show and sadness about it ending. I really have appreciated that." Sniffle. - Danke@FanForum

  • TVGuide Podcast - June 1, 2007 (also via iTunes) - The only Gilmore in this weeks podcast was a small mention of the tv movie (at about 35:30), that it was more likely than the Veronica Mars movie but still probably unlikely to happen, they didn't go into details.

  • - Gilmore movie coming? Dialogue-heavy drama Gilmore Girls recently wrapped up for good in the US after seven seasons, but that doesn't necessarily mean fans have seen the last of its quirky characters. According to TV Guide magazine, Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino is interested in producing a two-hour telemovie that wraps up all the series' loose ends. Sherman-Palladino long maintained that she always knew how Gilmore Girls would end, even saying she knew what the final four words of the series would be. However, she left the drama at the end of its sixth season, meaning her grand plan was never put into effect. The cast's reaction to the movie was mixed: Scott Patterson, who played the romantic lead, told TV Guide he "would seriously consider it", while Alexis Bledel, who starred as Rory Gilmore, said it would depend on how she feels about the series in the future. Lauren Graham, who played Lorelai Gilmore, said she would do the telemovie "just to get the four final words out of Amy". "They torture me," she quipped. If her plan comes to fruition, Sherman-Palladino reportedly hopes the movie will premiere in 2008 or '09. In the meantime she will be working on her new series The Return of Jezebel James, starring Parker Posey and Lauren Ambrose.

  • - Gilmore Girls creator Amy Sherman-Palladino reportedly interested in two-hour TV movie. One of the more crushing TV cancellations this past season was The CW's Gilmore Girls, which fizzled out after new contracts could not be reached with the two stars, Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel. Amy Sherman-Palladino knows those four words. Of course, the writers wrote the season with more episodes in mind, leaving several questions unanswered. However, there is an outside chance that fans of the show may get some closure on the lives of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore.

  • - Gilmore Girls may get TV movie Amy Sherman-Palladino, creator and writer of the long-running series Gilmore Girls, told TV Guide Online that she’d like to make a Gilmore Girls TV movie to wrap up all the loose ends from the series. She says she’d penned the four final words, but did not get to use them when she did not return for the final season due to contract conflicts. Lauren Graham, who starred as Lorelai Gilmore, says she would return for the movie “just to get the four final words out of Amy. They torture me.”

  • TVGuide PodCast - May 25, 2007 - "...Mike pointed out that he didn't make any movie comment to ASP, and that Amy brought it up when he asked for the final words. He said that all actors originally waved it off in his first interviews because they never thought Amy would go for it, so he had to go back and call them all again..." - Katiegg108@FanForum - Transcript curtsey GGAva@FanForum

  • Ask Ausiello - May 23, 2007
    Question: So, what gives? There is no way you could still be at Fox's upfront party. Did you track down AS-P, and, if so, what were the final four words she had in mind for Gilmore Girls?— Katrina
    ...In the next year or two, she hopes to make — wait for it — a two-hour Gilmore Girls TV-movie that ties up all those loose threads! I nearly fell over when she said it...

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