From the director of Terminal comes Inheritance, and both Lily Collins and Simon Pegg have signed up.
Heading into production shortly is Inheritance, a new thriller that’s bringing together – as the headline probably gave away – Lily Collins and Simon Pegg.
The film tells the story of a wealthy man who passes away, and leaves behind – again, as the headline probably gave away – an inheritance for his wife and daughter. In this particular case, though, the inheritance is a shocking one, that threatens to unravel their lives.
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The film is being directed by Vaughn Stein, who previously helmed Simon Pegg in the thriller Terminal. Matthew Kennedy has written the script for the film, and Richard B Lewis is producing.
There’s no word on a release date as of yet, but we’ll keep you posted as we hear more.
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