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Darren Bousman Updates Us on the Latest on Mother’s Day

Some more news coming in for fans who are hungry to see director Darren Bousman’s re-envisioning of the Charles Kaufman classic Mother’s Day, which has been in post-production for the last few months. There are good things coming. Mama would be so proud!

Here are a few excerpts from Bousman’s blog:

“It’s amazing seeing how this movie has grown, and changed. What was once undramatic now oozes drama. What was once not scary, is now terrifying,” he explains. “Watching how much this film has evolved in the last six weeks is nothing short of amazing.” The next step? “We start the screenings to studios, and SELL IT!”

Hell, yes! Look for more soon, and in the interim visit the official Mother’s Day website!

Synopsis
After a bank robbery gone wrong, three brothers head for home, hoping their MOTHER (Rebecca De Mornay) can provide them with a getaway. The youngest brother, JOHNNY (Matt O’Leary), has been shot, and their back-stabbing former partner has gotten away with all the cash.

But when the brothers get home, they find that all their stuff is gone and Mother is nowhere to be found: She lost the house months ago in a foreclosure. The new owners, BETH and DANIEL SOHAPI (Jaime King and Frank Grillo), and their guests, gathered for an ill-timed birthday party, become the brothers’ unwitting hostages.

Not long after, Mother arrives, along with the boys’ sister LYDIA (Deborah Ann Woll), and it soon becomes clear that Mother will do absolutely anything to protect her children. In one terrifying evening she brilliantly takes control of the situation and masterminds her sons’ escape from the law.

Sides will be taken, secrets revealed, and sins punished as the hostages struggle to make it through the night alive.

Darren Bousman Updates Us on the Latest on Mother's Day

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