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'Underworld' TV Series in Consideration

January 23, 2009 (8:51 am) GMT
Len Wiseman said now that the three 'Underworld' franchise have been in the theaters, a TV series may follow.

Now that the third "Underworld" installment "", is done and ready to hit U.S. theaters, there is an open end that may lead to TV series. Producer Len Wiseman said to Bloody-Disgusting that he is open for further project revolving around the vampire versus werewolf movie.

"There's a lot of talk about a television series, I'm looking into that, if I could be very involved and can be a certain way, I'd be very interested in that," Wiseman revealed. "We had always hoped to do a trilogy, now that we completed that trilogy it's kind of open, if people can join us and go back in time - and then leap forward, I'd like to go jump all across the time line."

"Rise of the Lycans", starring , and among others, had its red carpet premiere on Thursday, January 22 in L.A. The movie is due to hit the U.S. theaters today (January 23).


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