'Life-Size' Sequel Movie Starring Tyra Banks Officially Greenlit at Freeform

Danny Woods
April 20, 2017

Banks will reprise her iconic role as a doll, Eve, that comes to life, though now Eve has grown up.

The film, which has been in development since 2015, has been officially greenlit by Freeform, according to Variety.

"Five years, four scripts, and finally we realized, Eve needs to grow up", Banks, 43, tells ET exclusively. Along the way Eve will experience "the ups and downs of real life in a fun, edgy, modern Christmas movie". Life-Size 2, which will star Tyra Banks (as well as being an executive producer), will premiere in December 2018.

Yes, Tyra Banks is going to play Eve again, the gorgeous fashion doll who turns into a real woman though a little bit of magic. "So, you're going to see a very different Eve".

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The model/television host/entrepreneur/actress will also be executive producing the film. Banks first played the role in Disney's Life-Size, which premiered in 2000. On Wednesday, it was announced that the sequel will air in December 2018 on Disney Channel's sister network, Freeform.

No further casting has been announced for "Life-Size 2".

Meanwhile, the new mum has also signed up to replace Nick Cannon as the host of TV show America's Got Talent.

From director/producer Will Gluck of Easy A and Annie comes Angry Angel (working title), the story of a young woman who tries to get back to heaven after she seriously messes up. Everywhere Studios will co-produce.

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