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Sarah Michelle Gellar Will Return to ‘Cruel Intentions’ With Role in TV Sequel
Sarah Michelle Gellar Will Return to ‘Cruel Intentions’ With Role in TV Sequel
Earlier this month, NBC placed an order for a Cruel Intentions TV pilot that would act as a sort of sequel to the 1999 film, and today brings the fortuitous news that the central pillar of this grand monument to teen horniness will return for the second go-round. Now comes word that original star Sarah Michelle Gellar will reprise her role as Kathryn Merteuil, the queen-bitch rich kid meddling in everyone’s affairs with her sexual scheming.
NBC ‘Taken’ Prequel Casts ‘Vikings’ Star for His Particular Set of Skills
NBC ‘Taken’ Prequel Casts ‘Vikings’ Star for His Particular Set of Skills
The world of movie-TV reboots accommodates a great many approaches these days, not the least curious of which will see Liam Neeson’s Taken character Bryan Mills returned to his formative years, yet still in the modern day. We now know which actor will develop his particular set of skills as well, setting Vikings star Clive Standen as our new Taken man.
NBC ‘Xena’ Reboot Won’t Be Modern, Will Take Cue From ‘Game of Thrones’ Brienne
NBC ‘Xena’ Reboot Won’t Be Modern, Will Take Cue From ‘Game of Thrones’ Brienne
It seemed a particularly NBC move to reboot Xena: Warrior Princess with a modern bent, even with the strong choice of LOST alum Javier Grillo-Marxuach showrunning. Now, Grillo-Marxuach confirms not only that the reboot won’t be set in modern times, but that we can expect classic elements like Gabrielle and the Chakram, as well as a few Game of Thrones-inspired updates.
NBC Feels Bored, Orders ‘Cruel Intentions’ Sequel Pilot Because It Can
NBC Feels Bored, Orders ‘Cruel Intentions’ Sequel Pilot Because It Can
We are in a strange era of television with networks reviving beloved shows like The X-Files and, uh, Full House, and developing sequel TV shows for the kind of movies you never really thought needed a sequel — like Training Day and Limitless (though the latter seems to be doing okay). The latest movie to get its own baffling TV follow-up is Cruel Intentions, the 1999 thriller that weirdly spawned a few direct-to-video sequels already.

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