Courtney Hope’s film ‘Displacement’ to be released in April
Time travel thriller.
Soaps.com has learned that “The Bold and the Beautiful’s” Courtney Hope, who plays Sally Spectra, has a movie coming out in April. According to Variety, “Displacement” is set to be released on April 28 for VOD and at Laemmle’s Monica Film Center in Santa Monica, California, which will be followed by dates in Chicago and Dallas. Hope plays the role of Cassie Sinclair, a brilliant physics student working to solve the murder of her boyfriend while simultaneously battling memory loss, severe psychological distress due to a quantum entanglement event, and mystery people who are in pursuit of her. In the course of trying to solve issues she seeks help from her former physics professor and crosses paths with her estranged father. The film co-stars Sarah Douglas (“Conan the Destroyer,” “Superman”), Bruce Davison (“The Fosters,” “X-Men”), Susan Blakely (“Rich Man, Poor Man,” “Falcon Crest”), and Christopher Backus (“Sons of Anarchy,” “Underground”).
In a neat twist, one of Courtney Hope’s acting credits previous to joining daytime was the role of Beth Wilder on the television series “Quantum Leap.” Hope joined B&B in January as part of the surprise return of the Spectra clan, as Sally, grandniece of the original Sally Spectra Garrison (played by the late Darlene Conley). The character quickly became an integral part of the storyline and caught the eye of Thomas Forrester (Pierson Fode). Hope joined other B&B stars on the Australia location shoot, which is currently airing scenes involving her character, Sally, showing up as Thomas’s date at the wedding of his sister, and her nemesis, Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood).
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– Candace Young