Lifetime teased you with the film's first full trailer in early July; today, it's released a second, albeit shorter trailer – although it contains some new footage not in the first.
But the overall vibe is the same, as you'd imagine.
First announced back in October 2011… a remake of the 1989 tear jerker drama set in Louisiana, Steel Magnolias, with an all-African American cast that includes: Queen Latifah (she's also executive producer) as M'Lynn, Alfre Woodard as Ouiser, Phylicia Rashad as Clairee, Jill Scott as Truvy, Adepero Oduye as Annelle and Rashad’s daughter, Condola Rashad as Shelby.
The original Steel Magnolias starred Sally Field, Dolly Parton, Shirley MacLaine, Darryl Hannah, Olympia Dukakis, and Julia Roberts.
This all-black reincarnation for Lifetime is being directed by Kenny Leon (ABC's A Raisin in The Sun, Broadway's Fences and The Mountaintop), from a script adapted from the 1989 film screenplay by Sally Robinson.
Supporting each other through their triumphs and tragedies, they congregate at Truvy’s beauty shop to ponder the mysteries of life and death, husbands and children – and hair and nails – all the important topics that bring women together.
Still no ETA date yet, but it's expected to debut in the fall.
Lance Gross, Tory Kittles and Michael Beasley co-star.
Here's trailer number 2: