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Roland Emmerich's next disaster film 2012 won't hit theaters for a couple weeks (November 13th), but a sequel has already been planned... but not the normal kind of sequel. Entertainment Weekly has learned that Emmerich and executive producer Howard Gordon (Grey's Anatomy, Private Practice) are also developing a television drama titled 2013, which would be about what happens after the disaster. Gordon has already entered talks with ABC to develop the series, and if it does happen, don't expect a lot of action to take place on the small screen, as this would be a drama set in a post apocalyptic setting. Spoiler warning: Apparently some people on earth survive the epic disaster of 2012, and the series would be about "a group of people who survived .... on a piece of land that was spared or one that became an island in the process of the crust moving. There »


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