Rumors Of Heroes' Deaths May Have Been Greatly Exaggerated
Mar 16, 2009 16:05
Despite all the rumors tothe contrary, NBC's Heroes isn't about to lose Ali Larter, Hayden Panatierre or Milo Ventimiglia. Who says so? Creator Tim Kring and producer Bryan Fuller, who're setting some records straight.
Firstly, show creator Tim Kring would like to reassure those worried by rumors of a Hayden/Milo feud that neither Claire nor Peter Petrelli will get the axe as a result of the actors' split; any death or disappearance will happen for other reasons entirely:
The final decision about which characters live and die on Heroes rests with me... I've made no announcement yet as to who will return and who won't.
(Psst, Tim? If you don't make an announcement, then it'll be more surprising when it actually happens on the show. Just sayin'.)
Milo and I are very close... We have enjoyed and continue to enjoy working together.
But that's not all; those rumors about Ali Larter leaving the show? Also bunk, according to recently-returned producer Bryan Fuller, who told Entertainment Weekly:
She's not going anywhere... I've never seen somebody so committed to the show as Ali, and the show is absolutely committed to Ali.
Fuller also promises that the show is building to Larter's character, Tracy, ending the season in "a fantastic way." But what is the world coming to when all of these anonymous rumors turn out to be false? Is nothing sacred?
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