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Sigourney Weaver to Lead Stallone's 'ExpendaBelles'?

4:07 AM 8/5/2014 by Jeff Giles
With Expendables 3 right around the corner, and reportedly bringing Sylvester Stallone's all-star middle-aged action franchise to an end (none too soon, according to critics), thoughts are turning to Stallone's plans for a female-led spinoff, the somewhat insultingly titled ExpendaBelles. According to producer Avi Lerner, it'll happen sooner than later.

Millennium Films Planning Its Own All-Female 'ExpendaBelles'

Millenium Films – If one female-driven riff on Lionsgate's The Expendables franchise wasn't enough, Deadline reports that another is in the works. Millennium Films, the company behind the The Expendables and The Expendables 2 is now working on their own spinoff, to be titled ExpendaBelles . They've brought aboard Legally Blonde screenwriters McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith to provide the screenplay. 7 years 33 weeks ago via theothersenhman

McCullah, Smith Option "Panic Zone" – "Legally Blonde" and "She's The Man" scribes Karen McCullah and Kirsten 'Kiwi' Smith have penned a new original comedy script entitled "Panic Zone" for Ealing Studios reports Variety. The story deals with a woman over thirty-five trying to find love and is described as fitting with Ealing's ideal of "sophisticated screwball comedies built around iconic stars".

7 years 44 weeks ago via jetli


Posted January 25th, 2012 by Binh Ngo

The big screen adaptation of Adena Halpern's novel of the same name, "29" tells the story of an elderly woman who somehow wakes up in the body of her 29-year-old self. She's determined to set things to her liking this time around. Fox has hired Karen McCullah and Kirsten Smith to write the script.


Fox Sets Scribe Team McCullah & Smith For '29' – 20th Century Fox has hired Karen McCullah & Kirsten Smith to adapt 29, the novel by Adena Halpern. John Davis is producing. The book is a high concept comedy about an elderly woman who wakes up in the body of her 29-year old self and finally has the chance to do things right. 8 years 18 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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