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Author Topic: Ask Ausiello: Gilmore Girls Reunion Movie - 05.23.07  (Read 202080 times)
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« Reply #90 on: June 03, 2007, 02:28:44 pm »

ohh i would be so happy! maybe ASP could put her infamous last words @ the end of the movie instead...unless those last words in "bon voyage" were her infamous final words...in which case...the ending words would still be cool!

this would give gg a chance to say a proper sayonara† Cheesy just a little more insight would have been helpful...and they could plan it instead of it being all rush-rush last minute series/season finale throw together!

i agree with ErinG. "gilmore girls" and "movie" don't sound like they belong together. but hey! veronica mars got a 2-hr series finale (even though it was 2 seperate eps) so gg should too!
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« Reply #91 on: June 03, 2007, 02:47:24 pm »

I think two hours would be enough to tie things up. †Most likely the movie would not pick things up exactly where the series ended--some time will have passed, so an assumption could be made of progress in the lives of the characters. †Maybe it would pick up at the point of the presidential election completed and Rory completing her stint on the campaign trail with O'Bama--she would then be more mature and ready to start a new phase of her life (renewed relationship time with Logan maybe??). †This would also have allowed enough time to go by for Luke and Lorelai to get their relationship on solid ground again -- and get them to the point where they could get married and start a family. †
exaclty what i was thinking. ASP could not just pick it up at the end of the season (note:Roty would not be there) It would be nice to see this i need the closer...mostly with Luke and Lorelai


Yes, i think ASP would have a lot of gaps to fill. I feel like the series finale closed things fairly well, but i would only want to see more of L&L if their relationship is better than it was when they were engaged in season 6. In other words, they should communicate and have plenty of wacky banter and be a fun couple. I hope that would be the focus of a movie and i hope a movie would not create more problems than it solves.
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« Reply #92 on: June 03, 2007, 05:08:17 pm »

Sort of OT but Iíve heard rumors that Sex and the City may finally be making their reunion movie.  I think they went off the air in 2004?  Maybe late 2003.  So 3-4 years later and sure enough.  Just a feather in the cap for AS-P might be onto something here.  I assume we have a long wait either way.

To those not interested or anti-movie, would you watch it if it did become a reality?  Iím just curious Smiley  Because I do think the storylines were wrapped up nicely but I sure as heck would watch it and love every minute. 


I'd watch.  But, I'd have to see it before I could say whether I'd like it or not.
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« Reply #93 on: June 04, 2007, 07:00:58 am »

To those not interested or anti-movie, would you watch it if it did become a reality?  Iím just curious Smiley  Because I do think the storylines were wrapped up nicely but I sure as heck would watch it and love every minute. 
I'd still watch it but I don't see the need for it.  I think we can infer all we need from the final episode.  We're not going to get the wedding or Rory's first interview with Obama.  Will I watch it?  Sure.  It's 'Gilmore Girls' and I'd still see it even if I don't think it's necessary.
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« Reply #94 on: June 04, 2007, 07:05:47 am »

I love that ASP is doing it.  I think that if it was the writer for season seven, I wouldn't like it as much.  ASP was the creator, and she knows her characters inside out.  I'd love to hear the last words out of Amy.  I've missed her, and I want to hear her goodbye.  Lorelai sleeping with Chris was not a good farewell for me.  I'd like a movie where Amy can truly cast away our favorite girls.
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« Reply #95 on: June 04, 2007, 09:03:09 pm »

I don't necessarily see the need for it, but if Amy were to do it, I would definately back it and tell every quasi-Gilmore fan I knew to watch it. I didn't like how the series ended, I will say (it didn't seem to have enough closure for a series finale, no), but it was still Gilmore, through and through.

If it were to happen, though I might not see the need for it, yes, I would in fact jump up from wherever I may have been sitting when reading about it, and do an arms-waving dance in the middle of the room, whether anyone was watching me or not, simply because the idea of continuation of the lives of Gilmore-ian Stars Hollow etc. thrills me beyond belief. I cannot count how many times I've glanced up at my dvds and exuded a long, sorrowful sigh, because that's all there is.

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« Reply #96 on: June 05, 2007, 07:35:35 am »

There is the unfortunate reality that Lauren & others might have other commitments and, even if they are interested in the movie, will not be able to work it into their schedule. It's not as though these actors will be sitting around waiting for a movie; they are looking to keep working. And it may be difficult getting so many of them to be available; a movie would have to include the many supporting players, such as the Star's Hollow folks, to be an authentic GG experience.
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« Reply #97 on: June 05, 2007, 08:16:06 am »

A movie is a god thing if we can't get new seasons, and Amy is producing it so is coool...! And come on a 2 hours movie is perfect and We can always remember our girls with DVD's from all seasons. Of course more season written by Amy are more perfect that a 2 hours movie, but if we can't get that really what is the point to say that we won't see the moviee and fight about it.
Stay together and see the movie so that we can be a box office..a movie that can beat Shrek or Pirates of Carribean!! Grin( a little dream, so they can understand that Gilmore Girls can't really end)
Maybe together we will get more Gilmore Girls Cheesy :Smiley
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« Reply #98 on: June 05, 2007, 07:03:00 pm »

I believe the movie would only be good if it had all the cast members too and I mean the original ones. Wink
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« Reply #99 on: June 05, 2007, 09:37:05 pm »

 If there is a movie....more of Gilmore Girls would be great but it has  to have the original
cast members. They are the the ones which have made the characters which they portrayed
so memorable. Stars Hollow became a very special place to visit every Tuesday nite because of them.
 So we can all wait and hope with baited breath and see what happens !
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« Reply #100 on: June 05, 2007, 10:30:41 pm »

i think you've gotta trust ASP... she wouldn't go ahead with it if she didnt have everyone on board and couldn't make it that ASP quality we have all leanred to love.

Hope Alexis decides to do it... we need closure!! plus... im DYING to get those four words.
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« Reply #101 on: June 06, 2007, 10:03:35 am »

I believe the movie would only be good if it had all the cast members too and I mean the original ones. Wink

Ok, so we can all agree: Angelina Jolie should not play the role of Lorelai in the movie.† Grin

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« Reply #102 on: June 07, 2007, 01:02:54 pm »

I agree with most of the reasons everyone gave in response to my somewhat annoying question.† Sorry, I really wanted to know.†

Heh, Iíd love it because it was GG, not necessarily the story-lines that go with it, if that makes any sense whatsoever.† I loved Seasons 6 and 7 even if once in a while I was scratching my head or disagreeing with a storyline.† Because it still make me think.

Devillna07, youíre right, it would be years down the line Ė unless they did some sort of flashback sequence to catch us up (I would assume there would maybe be one here and there but they couldnít possibly capture everything this way or it would be a whole movie of flashbacks).† I personally prefer not to see a L/L wedding, but I wonder if that (no wedding or wedding flashback on screen) would change the opinions of many that are pro-movie.†
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« Reply #103 on: June 07, 2007, 01:31:22 pm »

Experience with some truly rotten tv, even with my favorite shows, has taught me that I can't love something just because of the association.  Homicide was one of, if not the best shows on tv, and its tv movie was a load of tripe, and it wasn't any less tripe because it was associated with Homicide.  Made it worse actually. 

So, for me, the answer is still the same.  I'll have to see it before I can say how I'd feel.
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« Reply #104 on: June 07, 2007, 02:34:34 pm »

I guess Iím lucky in that regard so far, I havenít gotten into any shows that ended and a movie came out later.† Not that I can remember anyway (but now I want to watch Homicide so I can relate!).† Sex and the City will be the first one (if it does see the light of day), that may change things.† †
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