With more attention coming to her 2002 movie ever since Britney Spears spoke about it in her new memoir, director Tamra Davis recently stated that there has been talks about a possibility of a sequel to “Crossroads”.
The director, who spoke to EW in a recent interview, said that producer Van Toffler has mentioned about the film to her.
“I think he’s been talking to Britney about it, with her management. I don’t think she really wants to act so much but I know that Ann [Carli] spoke to Shonda [Rhimes] about something and Shonda had an idea. So, who knows if that will have life,” she said.
It is noted that Shonda Rhimes wrote the script of “Crossroads” prior to her success with the long-running series “Grey’s Anatomy” and the subsequent “Bridgerton”.
In her new memoir, “The Woman in Me”, Britney spoke about acting in the movie, and admitted to not have a great experience with method acting as she was unable to free herself from the character for a while.
“I imagine there are people in the acting field who have dealt with something like that, where they had trouble separating themselves from a character. I hope I never get close to that occupational hazard again. Living that way, being half yourself and half a fictional character, is messed up. After a while you don’t know what’s real anymore,” she said.
The original movie, co-starring Zoe Saldana and Taryn Manning, is a coming-of-age drama about three childhood best friends who find themselves and their friendship while taking a road trip across the country.