"All of us have a strong point of view on something," Lopez said. "The question becomes how does that get in our way and how do we deal with it within ourselves."
"The Two Mr. Kissels" stars John Stamos as Andrew Kissel , who, along with his younger brother, becomes overcome with the power of money and the wives who watch it happen.
In real life, the Kissel brothers were both murdered. Andrew was a real estate developer involved in some shady dealings who was found stabbed to death in his basement in August 2006, and his brother Robert, played by Anson Mount, was allegedly killed by his wife who served him a strawberry milkshake laced with sedatives and then bludgeoned him to death in November 2003.
The movie begins in reverse order with Andrew's murder. Through flashbacks, we see how the brothers climbed the social ladder and fell from it hard. Both brothers are obsessed with achieving what they call the "ultimate F-you number" or the amount of money they must have to never work again. Since it is Lifetime, the movie focuses on the emotional journeys of the brothers' wives.
"What we really loved about this story was the wives of these men," Lopez said.
And of course getting John Stamos to star wasn't bad either.
"Again, women like looking at great men," Lopez said. "And we are still an entertainment network after all."
The trailer for this original movie shows the dramatic image of a Natalee Holloway missing poster crumpled and stained being ripped from a tree by the wind while Beth Twitty, her mother, played by Tracy Pollan, tells a group of gathered press that she will never stop looking for her daughter.
The 17-year-old blonde went on her high school's senior trip to Aruba, and after a night of partying, she was never seen again with rumors circulating that she was either sold into white slavery or thrown into the ocean.
In the summer of 2005, Natalee's name was everywhere with cable news dedicating hours to covering the search. The three main suspects, Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe, have been arrested and released multiple times.
Based on "Loving Natalee: A Mother's Testament of Hope and Faith," the movie centers around Beth Twitty's involvement in the search for her daughter and her emotional journey. The real Beth Twitty was very involved in the filming of the movie, including visits to the set and screenings. According to Variety reports, the movie drew an average audience of 3.2 million.
The poster for this movie boldly said "not all teen pregnancies are unplanned."
The movie was inspired by the incredible spike in teen pregnancies at Gloucester High School in the small fishing town of Gloucester, Mass., during the 2007-2008 school year when 18 girls, now referred to as the Gloucester 18, became pregnant. The school principal started the pact rumor by telling Time magazine that the girls had made a deal to all become pregnant. Later the mayor denied that there was a pact, and its existence has never been confirmed.