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Mother's Day For Rebecca De Mornay
Back rocking the cradle for '80s remake

01 September 2009  |  Written by Emily Phillips  |  Source: Variety

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Rebecca De Mornay will be rocking the cradle right off the hinges as  the mum from hell in the remake of '80s horror Mother's Day. Starring alongside the Risky Business beauty will be Sin City's Jamie King, X-Men's very own Iceman, Shawn Ashmore, Step Up 2: The Streets' dirty dancing Briana Evigan and True Blood's Deborah Ann Woll.

Saw II, III and IV director Darren Lynn Bousman will bring the remake to life, updating the heartwarming tale of a crazed family of villains set on torturing the new owners of their former home, led by their maniacal matriarch De Mornay.

The movie kicks off shooting next week in Winnipeg for release next April, just in time for Mother's Day. Cunning.


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RE: Mother's Day For Rebecca De Mornay
I used to have a 'thing' for Rebecca De Mornay. Risky Business anyone? Schwing! More

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RE: Mother's Day For Rebecca De Mornay
Nice to see Hollywood give roles to 50 year old former lead actresses.   You go girl.   The return of Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio should be imminent... More

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Somebody cast Clive Warren in this! More

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