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Jawbreaker is coming to the small screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, E! is developing a new TV series based on the 1999 film.From writer and director Darren Stein, the dark comedy follows a clique of popular high school girls who accidentally kill their friend during a birthday prank. The film's cast includes Rose McGowan, Julie Benz, Rebecca Gayheart, Judy Greer, and Charlotte Ayanna.Read More… »
Behold, the next reboot in the entertainment industry's tireless attempts to revive old classics! This week, E! confirmed a TV reboot of 1999's Jawbreaker, the cheeky cult phenomenon that is in the same vein as Heathers and other similar dark high school comedies. While it's natural to be reticent about such a development, the Jawbreakers reboot has an ace in the hole: one of the original minds behind the film is already on board. Here's all the information you'll need about the upcoming project. 1. The Story The story follows a popular clique of high school girls known as the "Flawless Four." In the original film, Rose McGowan plays ringleader Courtney, while Julie Benz, Rebecca Gayheart, and Charlotte Ayanna play her three lackeys. Three of the girls surprise Liz (Ayanna) on the morning of her 17th birthday. They shove a jawbreaker in her mouth and kidnap her as part of a »
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E! is going back to (’90s high) school: The network is developing a series reboot of the 1999 teen film Jawbreaker.
The new project is an hour-long scripted series, our sister site Deadline reports, based on the pitch-black cult hit that starred Rose McGowan, Rebecca Gayheart and Julie Benz as status-obsessed teens whose prank turns deadly. The E! reboot will feature a clique of Beverly Hills friends who are forced to keep a terrible secret after a bachelorette party gone wrong.
Darren Stein, who wrote and directed the original film, »
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