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Geri Halliwell’s ‘Therapy’ cancelled
Plans for a $15 million romantic comedy starring former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell have been abandoned because producers could not find a suitable actor willing to play her love interest.
British director David Green decided to cancel financing for “Therapy” because big name actors including Hugh Grant, Kenneth Branagh, Ben Chaplin, and others all turned down the role.
Green told the UK Mirror that nobody complained about the film script, saying, “one can only conclude that maybe they didn’t want to work with a pop star attempting an acting career.”
Halliwell was to play a London woman who falls for her therapist. She announced her intentions for the role nearly 3 years ago at the Cannes Film Festival in 2000, and was originally supposed to begin filming that year.
Green still hopes to make the film this summer, with a recast leading lady.
Since leaving the Spice Girls in 1998, Halliwell has released two solo albums and despite eluding the big screen, has starred in two instructional yoga videos.