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Spike heading for P.S. I Love You

JamesMarsters.jpgOne of the stars of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Spike played by James Marsters, is to make an appearance in P.S., I Love You, a film already starring Hilary Swank, Gerard Butler (lucky devil), and Lisa Kudrow.

The film tells the story of a widow who is left ten tasks by her deceased husband, it is based on the best selling novel by Cecelia Ahern. Marsters is set to play the best friend of the deceased husband who is played by Butler - sorry ladies, he'll just be a ghost...do ghosts take their shirts off?

The story comes from Digital Spy. The screenplay for the film is written by Richard LaGravenese who also wrote The Bridges of Madison County, The Fisher King, The Mirror Has Two Faces and The Horse Whisperer. So I'm guessing romance, dripping with sentimentality, and plenty of heartache.

As much as it sounds like I don't really like that idea, I do. I loved Madison County, but that had as much to do with Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep as anything. Need I ask if the Butler fans are slavering after this one?





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He was great as Spike in Buffy. Good actor. I'm glad he's made a big break.

Ehr Richard, as one of Gerry's tarts, I can speak for my fellow species, that yes we do!!! ;D

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