CSI: The Movie

A big screen version of the series has long been rumoured, but Petersen confirmed it in his latest interview.

“Yes, there will be a movie. I can understand people are a little trepidatious because of the franchise around the world and how well it’s doing. Usually people leave it until a series has finished – they did that with the X-Files and Sex and the City. But it’s about finding the right story – there has got to be a real reason to do it. You don’t just do it because you want to make money – you do it because there’s a story that can’t be told on TV and needs to be told from CSI‘s perspective and the audience wants it. And we can’t wait for CSI to end or Grissom will be about 90,” he told The Radio Times.
Petersen previously said that the prospective of a film outing was the reason why his character was not killed off. “I’d love to see us make a CSI film. That’s the reason Grissom isn’t going to die of a brain tumour,” he said. [1]

I really hope this happens not only is CSI a brilliant show it would be a brilliant film with a huge fan base already it would be a box office hit and if Grissom and Sarah came back the fans would instanly be drawn in. I have watched the show for the last 9 years so watching on the big screen would be amazing, fingers crossed this happens.



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