‘Blacklist’ Star Diego Klattenhoff Boards Horror-Thriller ‘Lavender’

Diego Klattenhoff Lavender
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The Blacklist” star Diego Klattenhoff will star in indie horror-thriller “Lavender,” to be shot this summer in Toronto, Variety has learned exclusively.

“Lavender” will be directed by Ed Gass-Donnelly (“The Last Exorcism Part II”) and produced by Dave Valleau (“Capote”).

The film centers on a woman who must return to her childhood home in order to remember the grisly family massacre that took place there, of which she was the sole survivor. The ghosts of her family force her to remember what really happened the night of their deaths.

Klattenhoff will be playing the patriarch of the family. He’s represented by Gersh, Zero Gravity Management and Amanda Rosenthal.

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  1. U. N. Owen says:

    Horrendous title for a horror film. La-ven-der. Like this actor – he’s good – but I can see his ludicrous “management team” listed here probably has the taste of a dining car on Amtrak. As for the guy who directed “The Last Exorcism Part II” – it cost 5 million and grossed 15 million. From hunger compared to Annabelle and Ouija and a lot films that are female driven.

  2. See says:

    See we going through exactly the same thing as we did in 2012, 2013 and 2014.

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