New Netflix Movie Will Bring Camila Mendes and Jamie Chung To Vancouver

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New Netflix Movie Will Bring Camila Mendes and Jamie Chung To Vancouver

Netflix is working on another horror thriller flick for your guilty viewing pleasure. The original feature film is slated for release sometime in 2020 and is filming in Vancouver. It stars some familiar faces to the city: Camila Mendes from Riverdale and Jamie Chung from Once Upon a Time.

It also stars Cam Gigadent, Sasha Alexander, Jessie T. Usher and Elliot Gould. Windfall is written by David Golden and directed by Michael Scott.

The movie follows the caregiver of a deceased wealthy man who leaves her behind his estate. There is a web of deception, murder and suspense that ensues. The stars of the film have touched down in Vancouver:

Camila Mendes

Camila Mendes is no stranger to Vancouver having filmed three seasons of the uber popular teen drama Riverdale here.

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Jamie Chung

Jamie Chung is also no stranger to Vancouver having played the role of Mulan in the ABC fantasy series Once Upon a Time which also filmed here.

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New hair, who dis? 💇🏻‍♀️ #windfall

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Sasha Alexander

Sasha Alexander is known for her roles in Shameless, Rizzoli & Isles, NCIS and Dawson’s Creek.

Cam Gigandet

Cam Gigandet is most recognized for his role of Kevin Volchok on the hit series The O.C., he also starred in the crime drama series Ice.

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From left: cute… scary… absolutely terrifying…

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Jessie T. Usher

Jessie T. Usher plays John Shaft Jr. in the upcoming Shaft sequel film. He is also known for starring in Independence Day; Resurgence and Level Up.

Elliot Gould

Oscar nominee Elliot Gould is most recently recognized for his role of Ezra Goodman in Ray Donovan.

Trevor Lerner

Trevor Lerner from Saskatoon has appeared in other Vancouver productions such as Virgin River, iZombie, Project Blue Book and Supernatural.

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