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Tyra Banks Reveals Details For Long-Awaited Life Size Sequel Including Co-Star And Plot Details

Tyra Banks Reveals Details For Long-Awaited Life Size Sequel Including Co-Star And Plot Details




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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Tyra Banks has revealed details of the long-awaited sequel to the 2000 Disney flick Life Size in which she co-starred with a young Lindsay Lohan. The supermodel/actress took to Instagram to reveal the sequel will air on Freeform and that she will be starring opposite Francia Raisa (Black-ish, Grown-ish, Fired Up!). Banks

Banks shared a photo of the two actresses along with the caption: "Now filming: LIFE SIZE 2. It's time y'all! You've waited long enough. I'm so excited to announce who will co-star with Eve 2.0...the magnificently fierce @franciaraisa. See you on @freeform this holiday season! #LifeSize2 #ShineBrightShineFar"

In Life-Size 2, Raisa plays Grace Manning, "the confident and funny CEO of Marathon Toys, a huge toy company started by her mother that is most famous for manufacturing the iconic Eve doll," per a press release. The movie's synopsis describes Grace as "a hot mess in the middle of her quarter-life crisis" whose "wild-child ways are causing the company's stock to plummet." Also joining the cast alongside Raisa and Banks are Gavin Stenhouse as Grace's love interest, Calum; Shanica Knowles and Hank Chen as Grace's friends Tahlia and Brendan; and Alison Fernandez as Lex, Grace's young neighbor, Entertainment Weekly reports.

Banks has also revealed she is writing a role for Lindsay Lohan who has expressed interest in the sequel.
Life-Size is a 2000 American fantasy-comedy television film directed by Mark Rosman and starring Lindsay Lohan and Tyra Banks. It originally premiered on ABC, and was released on DVD and VHS in the same year. The film follows a young girl whose Eve Doll (somewhat like Barbie) is transformed into a perfect living woman. The tagline for the film was "She was a perfect doll. Now she's the real thing." Filmed during 1999, it premiered as part of The Wonderful World of Disney on ABC, and made its d├ębut on Disney Channel in March 2000. However, the film wasn't released in the United Kingdom until August 3, 2002.






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