Miley Cyrus in Talks for ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ Miniseries
Miley Cyrus seems to be enjoying her time on the small screen. The former 'Hannah Montana' starlet recently wrapped filminga guest arc on 'Two and a Half Men,' and now she's in talks to play a bank robber in 'Bonnie and Clyde!'
Cyrus is currently meeting with directors to discuss taking on the role of Bonnie Parker in the upcoming Lifetime/History Channel dual project, per The Hollywood Reporter. The miniseries will be the first to air on both the History Channel and Lifetime (both of which are AETN networks) and will be helmed by 'Smash' directors Neil Meron and Craig Zadan -- does that mean it's a musical?! (We sorta hope so!)
'Bonnie and Clyde' will be the next in a series of miniseries and cable movies featuring marquee names. Kevin Costner won an Emmy for his work in the History Channel miniseries 'Hatfields & McCoys,' while tabloid queen Lindsay Lohan got her first starring role in what seems like forever as Elizabeth Taylor in 'Liz & Dick.'
It appears that television is a kinder medium to Cyrus than movies have been lately. Her last feature film, 'LOL,' bombed following a limited release. We're glad to see more of Cyrus -- and we don't mean that in terms of her leaked nude photos, either!
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