After a failed TV reboot, 10 Things I Hate About You is coming back from the grave again.
The film's director Gil Junger will write and direct a spin-off film, entitled 10 Things I Hate About Life, Vulture reports. Evan Rachel Wood and Suburgatory's Thomas McDonell will star as two people who meet-cute right when they are about to commit suicide.
Years ago, Ghost Whisperer star Jennifer Love Hewitt came across a script that she simply had to turn into a film. ABC Family's If Only (premiering Jan. 15 at 7 pm/ET) tells the story of Samantha and Ian, lovers who, soon after a regrettable row, are blindsided by a tragic accident that claims Sam's life. The morning after watching his sweetheart slip away, however, Ian (played by Brit Paul Nicholls) wakes to find Sam alive and back in his life, as he gets a second chance at that fateful day. The lengths to which Ian goes to save Sam from death — and himself from heartbreak — are great and romantic, but will it be enough? TVGuide.com spoke with Christina Welsh, the writer of If Only, about her and Hewitt's labor of love.
TVGuide.com: First, tell me about the genesis of I