Singer’s 2002 dramedy plans two-night occasion and particular version soundtrack in October across the launch of The Woman in Me
The Britney Spears-starring 2002 dramedy Crossroads will drive again into theaters in October for a two-night rerelease deliberate to coincide with the discharge of the singer’s memoir The Woman in Me.
Despite being critically ravaged upon its launch, the movie is beloved by Spears followers, who can have the chance to see Crossroads on the massive display screen on October 23 and 25 at one of many almost 900 film theaters screen ing the film nationwide.
Crossroads, Spears’ first (and final) starring function, was directed by Tamra Davis and written by future Gray’s Anatomy/Scandal/Bridgerton powerhouse Shonda Rhimes. The movie — about three Georgia associates’ street journey via the South to Los Angeles — additionally starred Zoe Saldana, Anson Mount, Dan Aykroyd, and Kim Cattrall.
Tamra Davis mentioned in a brand new assertion, “I just lately rewatched Crossroads and was so enthralled with the time capsule of nostalgia that this unbelievable ensemble forged brings to the display screen. Britney is completely breathtaking to watch, and Shonda is exhibiting us her early experience in writing sophisticated feminine characters. We had the perfect time on the earth making this image and the connection the actresses carry to their performances reveals in each body. The music will undoubtedly have audiences dancing and singing alongside and I do know everybody can have as a lot enjoyable watching these scenes as we had making them. I’m so grateful that Crossroads shall be obtainable so individuals can see Britney shine once more.”
In addition to the movie, Sony Music, RCA Records, and Trafalgar Releasing have added a bonus sing-along of two Britney Spears songs from Crossroads that may display screen after the film. Additionally, the Crossroads soundtrack shall be rereleased as a particular version on October 20 with three new remixes: “Overprotected” (Richi Lopez Remix), “I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman” (Snakehips Remix), and “I Love Rock ‘N Roll” (Frank Walker Remix).
Tickets for the screenings go on sale September 28 on the Crossroads Fan Events web site. The October 23 and 25 screenings are sandwiched across the October 24 launch of The Woman in Me, Spears’ long-awaited memoir.