Heroes: Ventimiglia Doesn't Want Peter to Lose a Brother
Heroes: Ventimiglia Doesn't Want Peter to Lose a Brother
The second season of Heroes recently came to an end, with Milo Ventimiglia's Peter Petrelli coming to the rescue once again by destroying a deadly virus, while his brother Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) appeared to be assassinated at a press conference.

It seems the show's fans and Ventimiglia are on the same boat, as the 30-year-old actor admitted he is also not sure if Nathan has finally bitten the dust.

"I really hope he's not going anywhere," Ventimiglia told the Associated Press.  "That would be really disappointing to me to lose a brother and an amazing scene partner.  I'm sure it's all going to work out the way it's supposed to."

Nathan's fate is not the only thing that Milo Ventimiglia is unsure of.  Because of the Writers Guild of America strike, he and the rest of the cast have not seen any new scripts, and thus, have no idea as to what will transpire when Heroes comes back.

"We ran out of stuff to shoot," he said.  "That's basically what it boils down to."

In the meantime, Milo Ventimglia has been working on other noteworthy projects.  He is currently acting as both producer and star in the first episode of a series of holiday-themed stop-animation short movies for American Eagle Outfitters.  Other celebrities who are being featured in the shorts are Lil Jon, Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz, and Kristen Bell, one of the latest additions to the Heroes cast.

For his animated counterpart, Ventimiglia, who appeared on the show's second season with much shorter hair, decided to go with a longer ‘do.

"I thought we should go with the bangs because they're more recognizable," he told the Associated Press.

Aside from the shorts, Ventimiglia is also set to appear in two upcoming movies, Game and The Chaos Theory.

"I try and take a break and take a vacation," he said, "but I keep getting wrapped up in jobs."

-Lisa Claustro, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: The Associated Press
(Image Courtesy of NBC)