'All My Husband's Wives' aka 'Rule of 3': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Lifetime thriller
Alison, Cheryl, and Marla discover they have the same husband after his sudden murder. That's not the only secret that comes out though
"Some of his secrets may be worth killing for," is not the best epiphany to have when you're grieving your husband's sudden homicide, but that is how Alison Whitford's world falls apart in Lifetime's upcoming thriller 'All My Husband's Wives'. With a sensational name like that, the film sounds like a murderous, dark spin on the 2014 movie 'The Other Woman', where Kate's (Leslie Mann) perfect marriage falls apart when she finds out of her husband's (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) two other mistresses, played by Cameron Diaz and Kate Upton. Alison is more of your Cameron Diaz's workaholic, no time for relationship character, but her realization unfurls ever darker secrets to make for a meaty suspense thriller. Here's all you need to know about the movie!
'All My Husband's Wives' also known as 'Rule of 3' is a 2019 film, premiering this Sunday, June 14 at 8/7c, only on Lifetime Network.
According to the official synopsis shared by the network, "Alison Whitford thought she had it all. An accomplished career woman, she resisted getting married until she found 'the One.' And Dominick was everything she had ever hoped for in a man. Still in the honeymoon phase of her marriage, Alison’s world is turned upside down when Dominick dies suddenly in a car accident. When it’s revealed that he was murdered even more secrets about his life come to light. It soon becomes clear that Alison was not the only one mourning Dominick, and that his death was only the beginning of a larger plan. Perhaps her perfect husband wasn’t so perfect after all, and some of his secrets may be worth killing for."
The protagonist, Alison, is being played by Erin Karpluk, most widely known as the titular character in 'Being Erica' (2009), and for her works in 'Reasonable Doubt' (2014) and 'Delete' (2013). Gossip Girl's iconic Lily Van der Woodsen (Kelly Rutherford) plays Cheryl Volberg, one of Dominick's wives, the other one, Marla Mitchell is being played by Kate Corbett. Trevor Hayes plays Dominick Whitford.
Caroline Labrèche directed 'All My Husband's Wives' based on a script from James Phillips. Labrèche is known for 'Radius' (2017), 'Prescription for Danger' (2018), and 'Sans dessein'. (2009)
Drama, deceit, and darkness -- Alison's world undergoes a violent swirl of turmoil once her near-perfect husband is murdered and out come secrets far worse than two other wives. Catch the trailer here to get a taste of what you're in for!
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