Ashley Judd likely will make a return to the small screen in ABC's Missing, Deadline.com reports.
Formerly titled Safe and Hall of Mirrors, the series follows former CIA agent Becca Winstone (Judd) who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship.
ABC orders drama series Missing for summer
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ABC has ordered drama series Missing to premiere this summer, the network announced Thursday.
Formerly titled Safe and Hall of Mirrors, Missing follows a former CIA agent who travels to Europe to find her son after he disappears in Italy while abroad for an internship. The project was written by Greg Poirier (National Treasure: Book of Secrets) and is executive-produced by Gina Matthews and Grant Scharbo (The Gates).
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Nation Treasure: Book of Secrets courtesy Walt Disney Pictures
Although critics tried to bury it, National Treasure: Book of Secrets dug up an estimated $65 million in its first five days of release, Christmas included. I Am Legend came in second with a five-day haul of $47.5 million; Alvin and the Chipmunks took in $32.8 mil; Charlie Wilson's War delivered $14.75 mil; and Sweeney Todd, running on half as many screens as its peers, drew $12.75 mil. Ben KatnerRelated: Box Office Finds Treasure at No. 1; Dewey Cox Blocked• Jessica Simpson's Blonde Ambition Could Set Record
National Treasure: Book of Secrets courtesy Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
National Treasure: Book of Secrets, starring Nicolas Cage, topped the weekend box office with $45.5 million, besting the original's $35.1 mil opening. Last week's champ, I Am Legend, came in second with $34.2 mil.Rounding out the top five were Alvin and the Chipmunks ($29 mil), Charlie Wilson's War ($9.6 mil in its debut) and Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (scraping together $9.35 mil across just 1,249 screens).Among other new releases, P.S. I Love You came in at No. 6 with $6.5 million, while the widely praised Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story disappointed with an eighth-place finish, taking in just $4.1 mil.Update: Jessica Simpson's Blonde Ambition reportedly grossed $384 no typo there on its opening day. See film critic Ken Fox's A Beautiful Fraud blog for that story.