Hate It Or Love It?!?! Shaunie O’Neal Is Bringing “Basketball Wives” To A Movie Theater Near You

- By Bossip Staff

Just when you thought the BBW brand was going to implode, it looks like Shaunie O’Neal is trying to revive the show all the way to the box office…

Tracey Edmonds and Basketball Wives star Shaunie O’Neal have sold a pitch to Fox Searchlight for an untitled project that will be penned by Jumping The Broom co-writer Elizabeth Hunter:

The project, loosely inspired by the lives of Shaunie O’Neal and her friends, is described as follows:

Centers around a young woman who follows her boyfriend to Miami after he gets drafted into the NBA. Thrust into the world of professional sports, she meets and learns from the sisterhood of players’ wives and learns from their trials and tribulations.

“The beauty of a feature film is that we’ll have the ability to dig much deeper into the stories and characters that come from this very colorful world and create a very juicy action packed narrative,” Tracey Edmonds told Variety.

Both she and O’Neal will co-produce the feature film, under Edmonds’ Our Stories Films Inc production company, with Glendon Palmer and Phil Robinson as exec producers.

We can’t help but roll our eyes at this plot as well as the idea to bring the show to the big screen, however, there is actually a market for this film and if the characters are developed properly as well as the storyline, it may turn out to be a good flick.

Will this mean more wig snatching, table jumping and drink throwing in IMAX 3-D? Will you be watching?


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