Thursday, October 28, 2004

Cukor's The Women to be Remade 

Romeo San Vicente reports that George Cukor's 1939 classic "The Women," written by the late journalist, US ambassador and member of Congress Clare Booth Luce is finally going to be remade. The updated project was written by Diane English of Murphy Brown Fame, and she is also scheduled to direct. If all goes well, filming is to begin in February, with an uber-chick flick stellar cast of Meg Ryan, Annette Benning, Sandra Bullock, Ashley Judd and Uma Thurman. Good god - if they had gotten Angelina Jolie as well I'm not sure I could have lasted through the anticipation until the final product is released. As it is, I'm pretty darned psyched!

Posted by Beth Henderson at 1:51 PM