TV Guide talked to "Alias" executive producer J.J. Abrams, who revealed that conversations have taken place about an "Alias" movie. "It has come up, and… it’s an interesting idea," he says. "My agents have talked to me about it, and I know that they have talked to Disney about it, but it’s nothing that is seriously being pursued. "Given the fact that we try every week to do a movie version of the show, it’s not clear to me what we would try to do that we aren’t already trying to do," adds the former Felicity auteur, who in addition to his Alias duties, is penning the script to the next Superman pic. "And I wouldn’t want to make the show look small by doing a [movie]. You have to be careful of that." Abrams says we can only expect a movie version when the series finishes on TV.