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Rebecca Romijn-Stamos ready be a GODSEND
X-MEN actress ready to shift gears and explore the consequences of cloning
By Jennifer H. Tomooka
October 22, 2002
Actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos and hubby John Stamos at the FEMME FATALE premiere in Toronto
© 2002 WireImage
You just can't keep a good girl down, especially if that girl is actress Rebecca Romijn-Stamos. Still working on X2
, she is slated to begin work on her next flick, GODSEND
Romijn-Stamos will co-star with Greg Kinnear and Robert De Niro in GODSEND
, which is a thriller based on cloning technology.
"[It's] about a couple who loses their 8-year-old son," says Romijn-Stamos. "A doctor (De Niro) offers to clone him for them, and they do it. It's a horror movie. Creepy. It's about human cloning, so it's kind of timely and real because it could actually happen."
But, Romijn-Stamos is remaining tight-lipped on just what happens once the clone is made.
"It starts getting weird, but I don't want to give anything away."
Nick Hamm (THE HOLE
, TALK OF ANGELS
) will direct the regeneration thriller. It is scheduled for a late 2003 release.(Additional reporting by Michael Tunison)Questions? Comments? Let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.