Creator, writer and executive producer of 'The L Word', Ilene Chaiken, admits at a recent conference that she is in the process of scripting the movie version of the Showtime's drama.
"The L Word" could be following the footsteps of other popular TV series like "Sex and the City", on getting a big screen treatment. AfterEllen.com reported that series creator, writer and executive producer Ilene Chaiken has opened up about the possibility of a feature project for the Showtime's drama series at the BlogHer conference over the weekend.
The screenwriter of "Barb Wire" mentioned plans for the movie version when asked about who killed Mia Kirshner's character, Jenny Schecter. On the question, Chaiken responded that she is in the process of scripting "The L Word" movie, and added that when the movie is made, the issue of who killed Jenny "will be addressed".
"Ilene: When we make 'The L Word' movie, we will say who killed Jenny," so wrote After Ellen's Trish Bendix on Chaiken's remark on her Twitter page which is dated Saturday, July 25. "Movie is in scripting process."
"The L Word" is an American and Canadian co-production television drama series which ran from 2004 to 2009. It centers its story on the lives of a group of lesbian, bisexual and transgender people and their friends, family and lovers in the Los Angeles-area city of West Hollywood, California. Jennifer Beals, Laurel Holloman, Leisha Hailey, Katherine Moennig and Pam Grier among others star.