Greg Grunberg thinks 'there has to be' a Heroes movie coming

Not quite satisfied with the way Heroes finished out its fourth season? Wishing those heroes (and villains, too) would come together for one last hurrah? You're not the only one. Greg Grunberg, who portrayed the series' telepathic cop Matt Parkman, thinks a big-screen Heroes is necessary to finish out the storyline.

During an interview with the New York Post while promoting his Lifetime Original Movie Bond of Silence—in which he also plays a cop—Grunberg predicted that creator Tim Kring would return to the Heroes universe:

No, I think there has to be [a movie]. But I also predicted they wouldn't just out and out cancel it, so what do I know [laughs]. It makes business sense to do something—there's a huge fanbase that wants some sort of conclusion and I think the actors want to do it. It's not about making a fortune to come back—we all appreciate the fans so much, I think if the call went out, we'd all be on board.

What do you think? If Heroes returned, big screen or small, would you be back? Or did the show's final episode give you all the closure you need?

(via sliceofscifi)

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