Jordana Brewster is the New "Mrs. Smith"

by | February 1, 2007 | Comments

Remember the news that director Doug Liman and screenwriter Simon Kinberg were planning to bring their "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" to television? OK, well, it seems like they have their Mrs. Smith locked up.

According to Moviehole.net, none other than Ms. Jordana Brewster will be stepping into the role made famous by Angelina Jolie. Jordana is certainly not a stranger to genre fans; she can be found in flicks like "The Faculty," "The Fast and the Furious," "D.E.B.S.," and "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning." Oh, and she was also in "Annapolis," but we forgive her for that.

Filming will begin in a few months, and ABC is looking at a Fall 2007 slot for the series. Apparently the pilot episode of "Mr. & Mrs. Smith" will pick up six months after the movie left off. No word yet on who’ll be snagging the Brad Pitt role. I’m guessing it will be someone attractive.

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