Musician Stevie Wonder will serve as an executive producer on the event series which will focus on three specific epic journeys and love stories, each based on actual couples who became a part of what would come to be known as the Underground Railroad.
These tales are about ordinary men and women, slave and free, black and white, who risked everything to be together. B. Swibel, Adam Westbrook and Charles Randolph-Wright will pen the miniseries and serve as executive producers alongside Tara Smith and Brian Laroda.
There are also plans for a Broadway stage musical adaptation which Triptyk Studios and Universal Stage Productions will develop and which Wonder is attached to provide the score. Randolph-Wright will write the musical's book.
Thankfully, that's all in the past. Now, Campbell has fully embraced her return to the character of Sidney in "Scream 4." She's even talking about it. As she did with BlackBook in an interview last week. And while she didn't get into what adventures Williamson has in store for her, she did offer up a few enlightening details about the coming sequel, which will kick off a new trilogy.
"We start shooting 'Scream 4' in mid-April," she said. Which means we could conceivably see the movie hitting theaters by late-fall of next year. I'd even go as far as saying it's probable,
I'm pretty sure at this stage that Wes is back on board to direct and Kevin [Willamson] is definitely writing it ... so it is going to be great.
Campbell says the movie will go into production "in mid-April" and is "so happy" to see that both Courteney Cox and David Arquette are returning. While Campbell has yet to see the script, she says the hardest thing about playing the character of Sidney Prescott again will be achieving the same haircut.
Physically speaking, it's all about working the bob! And the only way I can achieve that properly every day on set is through Tara Smith hair products. Seriously, if Tara didn't cut and style my hair in an amazing girly way to re-create the Sidney look, I wouldn't have a starting point [for the character]. I'm not kidding.
Revealing Demi's keep-fit regime includes help from a personal trainer who coaches her through a combination of circuit training, weights and Pilates, a source revealed to America's Ok! magazine: "The cost per year is in the six figures."
Demi - who wowed onlookers with her toned, slim line physique on the set of 2003 movie "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" - denies ever resorting to plastic surgery to help her gain her enviable figure, and those close to her maintain she simply leads a healthy lifestyle.
Her hairstylist Tara Smith explained: "No one has better hair than Demi. It's naturally jet black, not one grey! I attribute it to her healthy lifestyle.
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