Gilmore Girls ended three years ago, but that doesn't mean it's been forgotten--by the fans or by the cast. Â The series ended with Rory (Alexis Bledel) leaving Stars Hollow to be on assignment as a reporter, while Lorelai (Lauren Graham) and Luke (Scott Patterson) got things back on track after he put together a huge goodbye party for Rory.
Gilmore Girls Movie - What's the Likelihood of It Happening?
It's no surprise that fans want to see more from the small town of Stars Hollow, but they're not the only ones. Â Scott Patterson and Lauren Graham have both said they'd be for it, though Patterson seems much more excited about it. Â That doesn't mean Graham wouldn't be behind it--she just has her reservations: "I think it could be good, but I wonder if we've waited too long. Â I don't want to be walking around the town square with a cane." Â Even if that was the case (though they would have to wait many years before that would happen), there are sure to be people who would want to see it. Â Graham also said that the series "was never very plot driven," which is why she doesn't know what would be the central idea for the film. Â Even if it turned out to just be two hours of what everyone watched each week on Gilmore Girls, it would be entertaining to see what happened to the characters after the series finale. Â And even though before it was just those that used to watch the show that wanted to see a movie, "now people...who could actually make it happen are talking about it." Â That's one step in the right direction!
What do you think? Â Do you want to see a Gilmore Girls movie? Â What do you think should happen in it if it's made?
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