'Dying for a Good Grade': 5 things you need to know about the LMN movie
LMN is all set to release its latest thriller for movie buffs looking for plot twists, intricate storylines, and complex characters
Lifetime Movie Network (LMN) is breaking the chart with their latest genre of movies. The latest one is 'Dying for a Good Grade', starring Jason Cermak and Stefanie von Pfetten in the lead roles, among others.
The thriller movie follows the story of a student who eventually gets involved in an admission scandal, all because she wants to make sure she gets into a college of great reputation. When the police start investigating the case, they begin to get closer to coming to a conclusion and nab the leader, while the student tells her mom to get out of this mess. Both parties attempt to end this situation for good, but will things work in their favor?
When does 'Dying for a Good Grade' release and where can you watch it?
'Dying for a Good Grade' releases on November 19, 2021, and can be watched on Lifetime Movie Network (LMN).
What is 'Dying for a Good Grade' all about?
The official synopsis reads, "INSPIRED BY TRUE EVENTS - Wanting to ensure she gets into a great college, a student becomes involved in an admission scandal. When the police start snooping around and begin to close in on the ring leader, things turn deadly".
Who stars in the LMN movie?
Jason Cermak as Grant
Jason Cermak hails from Alberta, Canada, and was always big on every sport and academic extracurricular activity growing up. Cermak's acting career kickstarted in the year 2000, after meeting with Matt Damon, while in Prague, whilst shooting for 'The Bourne Identity'. His experience while on the shoot location further encouraged him to call up an agent and start training as a professional actor, in both film and TV. Right after his graduation in the same year, Cermak worked as a University instructor and an IT consultant at Deloitte, while chasing his acting dream on the side. Cermak is an episodic actor on 'Once Upon a Time', where he plays the role of Black Knight in 'Child of the Moon'.
The rest of the cast includes Stefanie von Pfetten as Jennifer, Ona Grauer as Lisa, Karis Cameron as Anni, Marnie Mahannah as Regina, Rachelle Gillis as Katie, Taylor Kare as Nathan, Kendra Westwood as Detective Gordon, Joel Semande as Reilly, Josh Chambers as Dev, and Riley Orr as Si.
The writer of the movie is Brian D Young, with Ken Friss as the director.
We're yet to see a trailer for this movie but stay tuned for more updates!