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‘Let Them Shine’ Gets Title Change and Air Date

Big news today about Emily’s upcoming TV movie which up until now had been referred to as “Let Them Shine.” First and foremost, Hallmark has decided to change the name of the movie to Beyond the Blackboard. I actually like the new title more than the original. The name of the album in the gallery and of the project listing in the sidebar have been changed to reflect the title switch. Secondly, CBS has set an official air date for the movie! It will air on Sunday, April 24th at 9/8c! And lastly, you can also check out a new small ad for the movie in the gallery. More than likely more pics, news, and other info about the movie will be released in the weeks ahead. So stayed tuned!

4 comments

  1. ForVanAngel January 31, 2011 | 8:14 am |

    Hi GreyEyes!

    WOW, that are great, awesome, wonderful news. April is alright for me, 3 months go to, definitely something to look forward to! I can’t say if I like the new title, I think I prefer “Let Them Shine”, but that should not stop it from becoming a great movie. Thank You! 🙂

  2. Grey January 31, 2011 | 11:29 am |

    I was a little skeptical about the title change at first, but when I really thought about it, I ended up liking the new title better because I think it’s a better depiction of what the movie is actually about. Also, I had to admit that “Let Them Shine” was a little cheesy. It might have ended up being a turn-off for some viewers. “Beyond the Blackboard” is more straightforward, so I think it might make the movie more appealing to more viewers.

  3. ForVanAngel January 31, 2011 | 12:12 pm |

    I thought about it a little bit and I think you’re right: A movie title should tell you something about the movie, what kind of movie do you expect if you just hear “let them shine”? It shounds – as you say – cheesy, like a typicall hollywood from zero to hero story, underdog becoming champion kind of story. “Beyond the blackboard” on the other hand indicates, that the movie is about a teacher/a school, maybe a special teacher/school, so I think it’s better this way. 😉

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