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CSI movie in the works, says former star, producer Petersen
TV’s CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is heading to the movies, according to executive producer and former star William Petersen.
The actor, whose paternal forensic investigator Gil Grissom left the drama earlier this season, told the U.K.’s Radio Times that a movie featuring the Las Vegas team is in the works.
Petersen, who has since returned to the theatre world, acknowledged that some fans might feel “a little trepidatious” about the prospect of a CSI film project.
“Usually people leave it till a series has finished ó they did that with The X-Files and Sex and the City,” he told the magazine.
“But it’s about finding the right storyÖYou 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,” Petersen said.
“And we can’t wait for CSI to end or Grissom will be about 90.”
Petersen had previously expressed a desire to see a CSI movie, quipping “that’s the real reason Grissom isn’t going to die of a brain tumour.”
Having portrayed the show’s lead investigator since the series debut in 2000, Petersen made his exit this season ó the show’s 10th ó paving the way for Emmy and Tony Award-winning film, TV and stage actor Laurence Fishburne to join the cast of the top-rated forensics drama.
Petersen has since joined Chicago’s celebrated Steppenwolf Theatre Company as a member of its acting ensemble.