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Lifetime Plans 'William & Kate' Movie

by Jean Bentley, posted Jan 27th 2011 1:30PM
Prince William, Kate Middleton, royal weddingLifetime's latest ripped-from-the-headlines movie will be a tad less salacious than its usual fare. The channel is tackling the upcoming royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton in a film scheduled to air the week before the couple's April 29 nuptials.

'William & Kate' will chronicle the pair's "courtship and romance," according to E! Online. New Zealander Nico Evers Swindell will play the prince, but his lady love has yet to be cast. Ben Cross will play Charles.

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Garth Brooks Song to Be Made Into Lifetime Movie

by Audrey Fine, posted Sep 13th 2010 3:40PM
garth brooksThe prayers of Garth Brooks fans have been answered -- according to the Hollywood Reporter, one of his best-loved songs has become the inspiration for a Lifetime movie.

Based on 1990's 'Unanswered Prayers,' the country star's No. 1 hit about a married man who runs into an old high school flame and realizes that she "wasn't quite the angel that I remembered," the cable network has cast Eric Close ('Without a Trace') and Samantha Mathis ('The American President') as the married couple and Madchen Amick ('Twin Peaks') as the one who got away.

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Dreama Walker Talks 'Seven Deadly Sins'

by Michael D. Ayers, posted May 23rd 2010 10:30AM
Best known as Hazel Williams in 'Gossip Girl,' Dreama Walker's career is taking off lately.

With guest spots on 'The Good Wife,' ,'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' and 'Mercy,' she's certainly primed to make those next level career steps young actresses need.

In doing so, she stars in her first leading role as Harper Grace in 'Seven Deadly Sins' (Sun., May 23, 8PM ET). The TV movie takes the notion of the "seven deadly sins" and weaves them in a modern high school setting-the film has the look and feel of modern day teen dramedies such as 'Gossip Girl' and 'The O.C.,' with fast dialogue, a group of kids who might think they're a little too grown up than they really are. And as you might suspect, some trouble goes down.

TV Squad spoke to Walker from her home in Manhattan about high school backstabbing, her own recent exploits with the seven sins and her future projects.

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