'Murder in the Vineyard': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Lifetime thriller
The movie, which airs on Saturday, July 18, is based on a high-school rivalry that takes a turn for the worst leaving nothing off-limits, not even murder
Lifetime has a lineup of summer movies ready for its viewers to keep them hooked. One of them is 'Murder in the Vineyard' that is based on a high-school rivalry that takes a turn for the worst and nothing is off-limits, not even murder. Continue reading below to find out more.
'Murder in the Vineyard' will premiere on Saturday, July 18, 2020. The thriller will air at 8 pm ET on Lifetime.
The official premise of the film on Lifetime's website reads, "Emma (Helena Mattson) and her teenage daughter Beatrice (Emma Fuhrmann) moved from the big city to a smaller town. Emma's career is thriving, and Beatrice makes friends easily, even catching the eye of high school heart-throb Bryan. But things go downhill when Beatrice is hazed by an unknown assailant at a party. No one can understand why she is being increasingly bullied and harassed. Emma will do anything to protect her daughter from the mysterious bullies, but is a mother's love enough to save her when things turn deadly?"
Fuhrmann rose to fame at a young age of 9 after being cast in a lead role alongside Morgan Freeman in the film 'The Magic of Belle Isle'. Few of her other projects include 'Blended' alongside Adam Sandler, 'Lost in the Sun' with Josh Duhamel and Lynn Collins, and more recently in the role of the older Cassie Lang in 'Avengers: Endgame'.
Mattsson moved from Sweden to Hollywood to pursue her career in the field of acting. She has appeared in a couple of episodes of the ABC series 'Desperate Housewives' where she portrayed Irina. She also appeared in three episodes of 'Nikita' in the role of Cassandra Ovechkin. She also portrayed the character of Alexis Blume in the TV series '666 Park Avenue'. She was also a part of a Nespresso television commercial titled 'Training Day' within which she appeared in a beaver costume, that also featured Danny DeVito and George Clooney in 2016.
The 30-second riveting trailer tells the tale of how high-school rivalry turns ugly leading to someone being kidnapped, violently hurt, and chased after with a knife in a vineyard. You can watch the trailer by clicking on the play button below.
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