Alfre Woodard to Star in The Forfeiture Clause; Filming Starts in Atlanta Next Month

Alfre Woodard is set to star in the upcoming mystery thriller ‘The Forfeiture Clause.’ The shooting of the project will kick off in Atlanta, Georgia, next month. The film revolves around a newlywed couple who, through a living trust, inherit a spectacular estate featuring a luxurious custom-built home, a serene pool, and a rejuvenating spa. The property boasts a private lake, expansive sustainable agriculture, fruit orchards, vibrant botanical gardens, lush vegetation, and sprawling vineyards set against rolling hills.

As the narrative unfolds, the couple’s ownership of this idyllic homestead comes with a crucial condition: they must not violate the contingency stipulation outlined in the land trust. The duo’s perfect life takes a spine-chilling turn when they encounter a malevolent force within the forbidden area of the property. This ominous presence threatens not only their love but also their lives and sanity, unraveling a tale of suspense and horror.

‘Inn-Tanglement’ fame Karmyn Jones is at the helm of the movie, steering the creative vision of the project. She also penned the thriller. The film boasts a dynamic crew, with producers including Jones, Buster Clayton, Dawn Gilliam, David Grandison Jr., Jamie J.D. Walker, and Michael Boyd Bennett.

Woodard headlines the cast as Odessa Sellers. Her recent credits include Mimi in ‘Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur,’ Serena in Netflix’s ‘Weathering,’ Margaret Cahill in ‘The Gray Man,’ and Fay in CBC’s ‘The Porter.’

The ensemble also includes María Gabriela de Faría as María Rodríguez, Gary Dourdan as Lucian Light, Samantha Ashley as Officer Justina Gonzalez, Philip Michael Thomas as Doctor Phillips, Sinqua Walls as Adam, Kiami Davael as Celestine Light, and Adrienne Houghton as Dr. Michaela Sellers King. Ryan Broussard as Ryan Sellers, Alexis Baca as Eliana Epefanio, Tosin Morohunfola as Amechi, Aaron D. Spears as Gabriel Guillermo, and Shaquita Smith as Seraphina are the rest of the cast members.

Atlanta stands as a bustling hub for numerous film and TV productions. The city previously hosted the shooting of notable projects like Netflix’s ‘Pain Hustlers,’ Benicio Del Toro-starrer ‘Reptile,’ and Marvel’s ‘Loki.’ The city’s vibrant filmmaking scene continues to contribute to the entertainment landscape, showcasing its significance as a thriving backdrop for diverse cinematic endeavors.

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