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Mischa Barton & Devon Sawa Resurrect Their Careers In Michael Clarke Duncan's Last Movie

| Filed under: Film FlickersR.I.P.Mischa Barton

Do you ever wonder what would happen if the ghost of Marissa Cooper teamed up with Casper? Well it looks like we might finally find out!

Mischa Barton and Devon Sawa are trying to pump new life into their acting careers with the upcoming horror flick appropriately titled, The Resurrection.

Sadly, the film is the last to feature the late Michael Clarke Duncan, and what's worse is it looks absolutely AWFUL!

The movie follows a group of high school jocks who are hunted down by the ghost of a classmate they murdered. It turns out that Casper would have ended up being a ghost and Marissa took a job as a high school counselor. Who woulda thunkit??!

Ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!

Unfortunately, the movie probably isn't doing any favors for Mischa and Devon's acting careers, and it's not the glorious exit Michael deserves. But we'll always remember his as John Coffey, the gentle giant from The Green Mile.

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4 comments to “Mischa Barton & Devon Sawa Resurrect Their Careers In Michael Clarke Duncan's Last Movie”

  1. Gwen says – reply to this


    My cousin is the writer and director of this movie! I think it's awesome he had such a talented cast to work with!

  2. OB says – reply to this


    Devon Sawa's great on Nikita, not a washed up tv star.

  3. N says – reply to this


    Attended the premiere last night and this was a surprisingly good film! Devon Sawa is excellent, and it's a very well-shot movie.

  4. Katie Singer says – reply to this


    I'd watch it; I don't care. MCD has that awesome voice, and Mealy is, well, Mealy.