Directore Roland Emmerich’s now has doubts that the TV sequel to his Earth-destroying blockbuster film "2012" will get made, reports MovieWeb.
Emmerich’s plan to make "2012" the next "Lost" was too costly and complicated for TV. The show would have followed survivors of the movie trying to rebuild Earth in Africa.
"It was just too big for TV, what we wanted to do," Emmerich said. "Grey’s Anatomy" producer Mark Gordon is looking to try and lower costs to get the show produced, but Emmerich said he isn’t at all confident the show will get made.
— Allison J. Waldman