But the cast is reuniting for a Lifetime movie this Christmas. That's about the closest thing we have to a silver lining after being teased by the cast earlier this week.
Lifetime announced Wednesday that Hilarie Burton, Robert Buckley, Danneel Ackles, and Antwon Tanner were all reuniting for The Christmas Contract.
The TV movie follows Jolie (Burton) as she makes her way home to Louisiana for the first time since she parted ways with Foster.
As fate would have it, Foster is also on his way back to town with a brand new girlfriend, and Jolie's friend, Naomi (Ackles) tells her she should bring back Naomi's brother.
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In true soap fashion, Naomi creates a contract so that Jack can be a faux boyfriend to try and turn the tide in Jolie's favor. But Jack is
The former Oth stars made headlines on Monday when they published a series of cryptic, now-deleted social media posts about their reunion, all of which featured the hashtag #Christmas2018.
The Christmas Contract stars Burton as Jolie, who is returning home to Louisiana for the first time since her devastating breakup with Foster (Claws‘ Hunter Burke). But when Jolie discovers her
The former One Tree Hill cast members generated social media buzz earlier this week when they posted Instagram photos of themselves on the set of what Tanner called a “new project” with the hashtag #christmas2018. Filming on the movie began earlier this month in Louisiana. The Instagram and other social media posts were later deleted.
Jordan Ladd (Cabin Fever), Cheryl Ladd (Charlie’s Angels), Bruce Boxleitner (Tron), Jason London (Dazed and Confused), Hunter Burke (Claws), Teri Wyble (The Walking Dead), and Ritchie Montgomery (Baskets) also star.
In The Christmas Contract,
Binder brings to their banner clients Judd Nelson, Joely Fisher, Christina Moses, Ryan Dorsey, Michelle DeFraites (The Quad), Alex Fernandez among others. Pepper brings with her Brianne Davis (Six), Jessica Garza (Purge), Rey Gallegos (Animal Kingdom), Cheryl Ladd, Tony Todd, Rick Worthy (The Magicians), Bess Armstrong and others.
“Gwenn and I share the same like-mindedness in regards to our taste in our stellar actors, and brainstorming ideas together as a team,
The studio is also interested in a number of other names, including Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o, whose involvement with the project sounds slightly less concrete than Stewart’s at the time.
Charlie’s Angels began as a series, which ran on ABC for five seasons from 1976 to 1981 and originally starred Kate Jackson, Jaclyn Smith and Farrah Fawcett (Fawcett and Jackson eventually left the cast and were replaced by Cheryl Ladd, Shelley Hack and Tanya Roberts). Since then, the show has been rebooted a few times, most famously in the early 2000s in the
The Unforgettable Digital HD version will arrive first on July 18th. You won't have to watch much longer for the Unforgettable Blu-ray and DVD combo packs as they are scheduled for release a week later on July 25th.
Unforgettable had a tough time at the box office earning just over $15 million. A lower $12 million production budget helped, and home video should find a much larger audience.
A total of three bonus features are included on the Unforgettable Blu-ray, DVD and Digital combo:
Reclaiming What's Yours: Making Unforgettable
Deleted Scene with Commentary
You can currently pre-order Unforgettable on Digital HD at Amazon. Check out the trailer and cover art below.
Elizabeth Banks will take on directing duties for the upcoming adaptation, which is scheduled to hit theaters in summer 2019, The Hollywood Reporter reports.
Though the lucky ladies who will be playing the Angels have yet to be revealed, there's one person who likely won't be slipping into those shoes.
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Et sat down with the 43-year-old actress-director in March, while she was promoting Power Rangers, where she revealed that she wasn't open to the idea of casting herself as one of Charlie's Angels.
"Not as an Angel. No," she told Et's Cameron Mathison matter-of-factly.
When asked why she wasn't keen on doing so, Banks said the role's physical demands would be too much.
"Too much [mimes a punch] and [mimes another punch] and I have to train and like, ugh!" Banks said. "I can't. I'm so tired!"
With a release
Sony has led the charge in adding more female directors to its roster, with Catherine Hardwicke directing its “Miss Bala” remake and Lucia Aniello helming its upcoming comedy “Rough Night.”
Banks will also produce via her Universal-based Brownstone Productions with her husband and producing partner, Max Handelman.
“Charlie’s Angels” premiered in 1976 on ABC and lasted five seasons, with Farrah Fawcett, Kate Jackson, and Jaclyn Smith portraying private detectives working for a benefactor named Charlie. Cheryl Ladd replaced Fawcett, with Shelley Hack and Tanya Roberts joining the show in later years.
Sony produced a 2000 movie with Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, and Lucy Liu,
We first meet a battered and bruised Julia Banks (Rosario Dawson) as she is interrogated by a pair of somber stoic police detectives. Ms B is in big
I’m “biast” (con): but not like this
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Ooo, bitches be crazy… to other women! Why should men get all the suffering? Spread it around! Bitches be gaslighting ladies in here! Who says men should have all the fun? It’s a bitch’s turn, bitches.
Bitch Rosario Dawson think she can steal the white-bread skim-milk husband of Ice Queen Katherine Heigl after all the work she put into him? Bitch is goin’ down. Ice Queen did not never eat cookies and burgers since she was like 12 so that cake-eatin’ beer-drinkin’ and
When first introduced to Unforgettable’s chief villain Tessa, played by Katherine Heigl, she seems to have been styled to look like Lucius Malfoy’s unhinged sister. She’s brushing her hair in the mirror, appearing like a Disney villain, and it’s at this point we realise exactly what’s in store, as this early sequence is tonally in line with what transpires; an overtly melodramatic, televisual endeavour that harks back to classic b-movie thrillers of the 90s.
Julia Banks (Rosario Dawson) is overcoming a dark chapter in her life, which saw her ex-partner jailed for domestic abuse, and when we first meet here she’s sat in a police interrogation room, for Michael has been found dead, in her house – and accordingly to the law enforcement, she had reconnected with him as soon as his restraining order was up. Turn back six months, and we
“Helen is this grandmother nicknamed Lovey, which is incongruous because she’s hardly warm and fuzzy,” the former Charlie’s Angels star tells People of her role in the new thriller. “She’s deliciously demented and a complete perfectionist. She was unlike anyone I’ve played before.”
Ladd is a loving grandma in real life, but she had no problem finding inspiration to play the mom of Katherine Heigl’s character in the thriller.
“I’ve met people like
Rosario Dawson stars as Julia Banks, future wife of David Connover (Geoff Stults). Julia uproots her life and moves in with David, beginning their new California adventure together.
“Unforgettable” treats this central struggle over the heart of a family in the same way that a recent Ken Watanabe character does, by surveying the battlefield and coming to a simple, definitive conclusion: “Let them fight.”
The setup for this feud is as simple as its execution. New SoCal transplant Julia Banks (Rosario Dawson) is fresh off a move from a publishing gig in New York to be
A strange choice of directorial debut for longtime Tim Burton enabler Denise Di Novi (whose credits include producing “Heathers,” “Edward Scissorhands” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love”), “Unforgettable” is anything but what its title suggests, dissipating into vapor as soon as the credits roll. But it’s tawdry “Sleeping With the Enemy”-style fun while it lasts, boasting a better cast and splashier production values than the next closest Lifetime movie, while being so ridiculous at times that audiences can’t help but talk back to the screen.
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Box Office Mojo reports that, of the five new releases, most will debut in less than half the theaters that Fast & Furious 8 debuted in last weekend (4,310). Warner Bros.' Unforgettable will have the widest release of the bunch with roughly 2,350 theaters,
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