Lifetime's 'Steel Magnolias' Reboot Won't Be Stopped by Judge
A judge denies a request for a restraining order from an executive producer of the 1989 original.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge won't halt the Sunday premiere of Limetime's new Steel Magnolias remake.
The network has confirmed that Victoria L. White's motion for a temporary restraining order has been denied.
White, who was an executive producer on the original 1989 film starring Sally Field and Julia Roberts, sued on Monday, alleging that she had a right to participate on television projects based on the movie. White claims that she is entitled to credits and compensation from television adaptations.
Read here for more information about the lawsuit as well as the complaint.
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