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Inheritance Movie Trailer Looks Promising

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Some good news we have got for you, eh. After all the movies and series getting canceled out there, something is finally releasing soon. Yes, a mysterious looking thriller starring the 31-year-old English-American actress Lily Collins is soon to hit the screens on May 15, 2020. Just as the name of the film, the movie is about Inheritance. A wealthy woman who is doing just fine on her own and then is caught in a web of lies.

Inheritance storyline

Lauren Monroe (Lily Collins) is in the justice-seeking department as a district attorney. Born into a rich family whose history goes way back she goes against her family business morphing her own path in her life. But the death of her mogul father changes things drastically. He leaves her a flash drive and keys after passing away. This leaves her on a crossroads. She has her passion for justice on one side and family duty on the other side. When she unlocks the door to her past she finds the lies that her father has buried. Whereas, some still loom in the basement. She can’t tarnish the name of her influential family and her desire for justice is nagging her soul as well.

Inheritance is directed by British filmmaker Vaughn Stein. Before this his direction work includes Terminal and he has previous experience in Hollywood as well. Screenplay writing is done by Matthew Kennedy. Apart from Lily Collins, the film stars Simon Pegg, Connie Nielsen, Chace Crawford, and Patrick Warburton. The film was set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival which got canceled because of COVID-19. Now, the film will be aired on DirecTV in April, whereas in May the theatrical release will happen via Vertical.

Watch the movie trailer below:

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