Last month, I wrote about the film Crash, "it might have been better as a television series." Well, I may get my wish:
After a detour to the big screen, writer/director Paul Haggis' "Crash" is about to reach its original destination: television.
FX is developing a cable TV series based on the hit Lions Gate Films release, which has earned almost $50 million after eight weekends.
Don Cheadle, one of the stars of the gritty drama about race relations in post-Sept. 11 Los Angeles, is likely to appear in and direct several episodes of the project if it goes into series. Sources said talks are under way with all other members of the cast, including Sandra Bullock, Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser and rapper Ludacris, to reprise their roles from the film.