Shonda Rhimes looking to produce Detroit sisterhood inspired film
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Sheri Hunter formed The Dare Divas after her husband passed away unexpectedly. Looking for relief and comfort, Hunter went to therapy but nothing seemed to pull her out of her state of loss. Instead of giving up she decided to use her grief as an inspiration to live life to the fullest. After recruiting three of her best girlfriends: Angenette, Brenda and Mia they decided to partake in activities that would make them appreciate life more such as serving in ministry, skydiving, racing, and more
According to Facebook the Dare Diva's mission is, "To share our stories and be a global resource for women of all ages and nationalities, to motivate them to live daring and adventurous lives and explore their own God-given potential." Rhimes certainly has her hands full at Shondaland with four powerhouse ABC shows and a fifth on the way. This isn't her first go-round with film. She co-wrote Introducing Dorothy Dandridge starring Halle Berry followed by Crossroads with Britney Spears and The Princess Diaries 2. The TV magic came thereafter