Lifetime is developing an updated version of Steel Magnolias with an all-black cast, Deadline.com reports.
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A trio of impressive guest stars ushers in new episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which resumes Season 12 with back-to-back cases that, according to executive producer Neal Baer, "really dig into the psyches" of the show's two main characters.
To get things started at 9/8c, Drea de Matteo (Desperate Housewives) and Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis (Moonstruck) cross paths with Christopher Meloni's Stabler as he investigates a fight club for teens run by their fathers...
Olympia Dukakis, who won an Oscar for 1987's Moonstruck, has been cast as an attorney on Law & Order: SVU. Olympia, 79, will play Debby Marsh, an attorney hired to represent the son (hunky underwear model Adam Senn) of guest star Drea de Matteo (Desperate Housewives).
Per Variety, Warner Bros. is developing a feature based on marrieds Valerie Plame and Ambassador Joseph Wilson, and the CIA leak scandal in which they were embroiled in 2003.... Joshua Jackson, David Denman (The Office), James Kyson Lee (Heroes) and John Hensley (Nip/Tuck) have joined the psychological thriller Shutter. Jackson and Rachael Taylor will play a married couple.... Steel Magnolias' Shirley MacLaine and Olympia Dukakis are in talks to reunite for Poor Things, a dark comedy about con women who befriend and then murder homeless men in order to collect their life-insurance policies. Funny!
Question: I think you're incredibly handsome and possibly one of the best actors I've ever seen. Do you have anything on the Numbers finale!?
Answer: Yes! The show is doing something no hourlong drama has done before: "We're not killing off any regular characters in our finale," declares exec producer Cheryl Heuton. "We like our characters, and we're just getting to know some of them. Can't kill them yet. Maim, yes. Kill, no." It's already out there that JoBeth Williams will be playing Charlie and Don's dead mother, Margaret, in a series of visions, but Heuton tells me that the May 19 season-ender will also feature a guest turn by Olympia Dukakis. "She'll play somebody's mother, [but] a very much alive mother." Also, Heuton shares that "the character of Alan will be central to a shocking incident that not only terrifies Charlie but scared Judd Hirsch — who thought he was being written out