Miley Cyrus Drops Out Of Bonnie & Clyde TV Miniseries
If you remember a while back news broke that Miley Cyrus was in talks to star in the Lifetime miniseries called Bonnie and Clyde. Well, it looks like Miley has dropped out of the project, at least fro now.
There’s no word on what caused negotiations to break down, but maybe her fiance Liam Hemsworth showed her Arthur Penn’s original movie and she realized stepping into the role made famous by Faye Dunaway in a schlocky cable version of the story probably wasn’t the best idea. Speaking of schlock, the project does have a director now in Bruce Beresford. He’s the guy who has directed movies your parents like over the last couple of decades, like “Mao’s Last Dancer,” “Driving Miss Daisy,” “Double Jeopardy,” and “Peace Love & Misunderstanding.” An odd choice of helmer for this gritty crime tale, but he’s likely pretty affordable.
The project is gearing up to be a four-hour miniseries. However, Miley may be reconsidering the offer since she just Tweeted: “Ive got some serious thinkin to do…. #decisions”. We know Miley is busy with her next album, but we were hoping to see some more acting from her. At least she’ll be in two episodes of “Two And A Half Men“ What do you think about this?
Source News: Disney Dreaming