"Crash" Is Being Adapted for the Small Screen

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Oscar-winning racial drama Crash is being adapted for the small screen and will appear on televisions across the U.S. next year

The success of the movie version of "Crash" has prompted a great idea to bring the racial drama into small screen. And as the idea has been put to realization, the project will soon appear on televisions across the U.S. next year.

The film's producer Cathy Schulman remarked "I hope it will air in the next year". Actors from the film, like Sandra Bullock, Terrence Howard, Matt Dillon and Don Cheadle, reportedly will show up in the TV version. In the meantime, Cheadle also will serve as producer and be on at least a few episodes.

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