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Hot on the heels of a recent network television gig, actress/pop star Hilary Duff may be starring in a remake of the story of Bonnie and Clyde. Duff would (obviously) play Bonnie to Kevin Zegers’ Clyde in a retelling of the tale of the infamous 1930s bank robbers. Depression-era lovers Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow were outlaws who captivated the public and their story has been featured on the big screen multiple times, most notably in the classic 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde starring Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway.
The Story of Bonnie and Clyde will be directed by Tonya S. Holly, who most recently wrote, produced and directed When I Find the Ocean, a family-friendly film starring Dianne Ladd, Graham Greene and Lee Majors. The Story of Bonnie and Clyde is schedule to shoot in the southern states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama and will be produced with Tom Rogers via Holly’s Cypress Moon Studios. After stumbling upon old newspaper articles about the fugitive couple, Holly became interested in the project but told http://Billboard.com that the film is not a mere remake. Instead, The Story of Bonnie and Clyde will focus on aspects of the lovers’ lives not yet showcased on the big screen.
Although Hilary Duff has made several film appearances over the years, she got her start playing the title role in the Disney television series Lizzie McGuire. The show made its small screen debut in 2001 and Duff instantly charmed audiences. Lizzie McGuire also allowed Duff to pursue her other passion, singing, when she performed “Santa Claus Lane” and soon released her own holiday-themed album also titled Santa Claus Lane. The series stopped taping in 2003, settling into syndication, and Duff began to take on mature roles such as in the teen spy movie Agent Cody Banks before reprising her role as Lizzie in The Lizzie McGuire Movie, for which she lent two songs, “I Can’t Wait” and “Why Not,” to the soundtrack.
In 2003 Hilary Duff released her proper debut album, the aptly titled Metamorphosis, which landed at number two on the Billboard charts on the strength of hit single “So Yesterday.”After appearing in the high-profile film Cheaper By the Dozen, Duff issued her eponymous sophomore album in 2004, debuting an edgier sound reminiscent of emerging stars at the time like Ashlee Simpson and Avril Lavigne. Duff took on more film roles, such as in A Cinderella Story and Raise Your Voice, as her album climbed the charts to number two. The actress and pop singer went on tour in support of Hillary Duff, appeared in the films The Perfect Man and Most Wanted before issuing the hit single “Wake Up,” written by Good Charlotte’s Benji and Joel Madden (who was Duff’s beau at the time).
In 2006 Duff chronicled her break up with Madden on her latest album Dignity and snagged leading roles in the movies War Inc. and Material Girls. Although in recent months Duff has been concentrating no acting, with a new Fox sitcom titled Barely Legal in the works, she is sure to try on her pop star persona in the near future. When she does, check out http://www.stubhub.com/hilary-duff-tickets for Hilary Duff tickets.