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It's been announced that Us network NBC has given the go-ahead for a four hour miniseries of Ira Levin's 1967 novel, Rosemary's Baby. Roman Polanski has already adapted the story of a satanic pregnancy with his Mia Farrow starring 1968 classic of the same name. Farrow played Rosemary Woodhouse, a young woman who moves into a beautiful old apartment building with her struggling actor husband Guy. They are soon introduced to eccentric old neighbors Minnie and Roman Castevet who become a constant presence in their life, especially after Rosemary becomes pregnant and begins to display increasingly unusual symptoms.The series will be directed by fellow Pole Agnieszka Holland who first made a name for herself as part of the Polish New Wave and has been most...

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