It seems NBC will not be moving forward with a Heroes movie to give some final resolution to the 4-year series.

Source: Entertainment Weekly

Despite fans wanting some sort of closure after 4 years of loyal viewing, it seems NBC will not be moving forward with a Heroes movie to give some final resolution. After the show’s cancellation, there was some talk about allowing creator Tim Kring to give fans one more chance to say goodbye to their favorite characters, but that’s as far as it went.

“No decision has been made,” Kring said. “But the Heroes brand is an extremely broad premise. It was a premise about ordinary people, an undisclosed number of people all over the world, who were waking up to these extraordinary abilities. Any number of stories could happen around that. We never posited a single ending or a single premise. It wasn’t about getting off of an island or stopping something from happening. We told stories in volumes that had a beginning, a middle, and an end. Those volumes could go on and on and on with many different characters. As a result, that Heroes universe is something that can be tapped into again in many ways.”

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