Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Nora Roberts' classic is a lifetime movie June 13
One of my favorite books by Nora Roberts is finally being turned into a movie. Carnal Innocence will air on Lifetime June 13. The movie will star Gabrielle Anwar (of Cable network USAs Burn Notice) and Colin Egglesfield (currently starring in Something Borrowed in theaters) airs on Lifetime on will air at 8 p.m.
Carnal Innocence is one of Nora's older books. "A visit to steamy Innocence, Mississippi should be a perfect setting for a summer night," Roberts said in a recent post.
On the same date Lifetime will air eight other Nora Roberts movies along with the Carnal Innocence.
Tribute -- noon
Blue Smoke - 2 pm
Northern Lights -- 4 pm
Carolina Moon -- 6 pm
Then on Sunday, 6/19
Midnight Bayou -- 11 am
Angels Fall -- 1 pm
High Noon -- 3 pm
Montana Sky -- 5 pm
Carnal Innocence -- 7 pm
The book description:
A classical violinist takes a break from her grueling career to return to her family home in the deep South. She runs headlong into charming Tucker Longstreet and a town that doesn’t quite live up to its name.
See the Lifetime website for more information on the movie and cast. Check out Nora Roberts website for movie news and pictures.