'Pretty Little Dead Girl': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Lifetime's thriller film
The beneficiary of a heart relocation, embarks to discover the personality of her benefactor just to discover that it was her antagonized cousin and may have been the casualty of homicide
Lifetime Movies is back to make your weekend even better. This time, the network is releasing 'Pretty Little Dead Girl', which is a suspense thriller film. The film casts Makenzie Vega and Johannah Newmarch in the lead roles. The 90-minute film was shot in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Here are all the details you need to know about the upcoming film.
The film will release on December 12 at 8 pm ET.
The official synopsis of the film reads: "Emma, the fortunate beneficiary of an ongoing heart relocation, embarks to discover the personality of her benefactor just to discover that it was her antagonized cousin and may have been the casualty of homicide."
Born on February 10, 1994, Makenzie Jade Vega Norfolk also known as Makenzie Vega, is known for her character in 'Sin City'. Vega played the character of Grace Florrick, the daughter of Alicia Florrick (Julianna Margulies) in the CBS drama 'The Good Wife'. She was a regular cast member through six of the show's seven seasons and was a recurring cast member in the seventh and final season. In 2015, Vega bagged the lead role in the thriller film 'Fender Bender', which premiered on the Chiller channel in June 2016.
Johannah Newmarch is known for her work on 'A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish' (2019), 'When Calls the Heart' (2014), 'Supernatural' (2005) and 'Sunflower Hour' (2011). She also bagged a nomination for the Best Actress at the 2012 UBCP/ACTRA Awards for 'Sunflower Hour'.
The film is directed by Daniel Gilboy who has produced films such as 'I Spit On Your Grave,' 'Hydra' and 'Caved In'. The film is written by Conor Allyn.
The makers have not released the trailer of the film yet. We will update this article once we have more information.
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