Cher reuniting with Meryl Streep for Mamma Mia sequel

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Universal Pictures is keeping Cher's character description under wraps, but a source told Page Six Monday that her role is a "wonderful" one.

Aside from Streep and Firth, numerous stars from the 2008 film will return, including Julie Walters, Christine Baranski, Amanda Seyfried, Dominic Cooper, Pierce Brosnan, and Stellan Skarsgard.

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Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again will return to the story of Donna and her three lovers (which, in the first film served as the big mystery: which of Donna's three blokes is Sophie's father), but this time it'll flashback to Young Donna, Sam, Bill and Harry. This is probably to mitigate the fact that Stellan Skarsgard and Pierce Brosnan are apparently too good to "Go Again" on Mamma Mia 2.

The pic marks Cher's first major movie role since the 2010 musical Burlesque. The film will also feature Andy Garcia, Lily James and, Alexa Davies, among many others.

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Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, which returns the entire core cast, dances into theaters on July 20, 2018. Cher hinted at the casting in a Twitter post this weekend and her casting has been confirmed by the site. There will also be a full, new soundtrack with Abba songs not included in the 2008 movie.

She has previously starred in films including Mermaids, The Witches of Eastwick and Moonstruck - for which she won a best actress Oscar in 1988.

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