'Freeway' Helmer Signed for Lindsay Lohan's 'Manson Girls'
Matthew Bright, the director/writer of the 1996 crime thriller "Freeway" which is starred by Reese Witherspoon and Kiefer Sutherland, has been picked up to bring Lindsay Lohan-starrer film "The Manson Girls" to the big screen. According to Bloody-Disgusting, the helmer will be serving as the film's director as well as the scribbler.
Aside from announcing Bright as the man behind the project, the site also came up with the claimed official synopsis. From the synopsis, it is unveiled that the story will resolve around three girls from wealthy family, Brenda, Sadie and Squeaky, as they join a particular hippie community and become the devoted follower of convicted murderer Charles Manson. It is also explained that the story will be seen from the three girls' point of views.
"Manson" reportedly is set for 2009 release and it will start its production in July 2008 in Los Angeles. Earlier, it was said that Lohan has been lined up for the role of Nancy Pitman, one of Charles Manson's devoted followers.
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