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Jane Levy to Headline In a Dark Place

February 5, 2013


Jane Levy has scored the leading role in Bharat Nalluri's upcoming horror thriller In a Dark Place, says a story at The Hollywood Reporter.

The film follows an American woman (Levy) who becomes the governess of an English household, looking after a porcelain doll that she slowly becomes convinced is really alive.

Levy, best known for starring on "Suburgatory," was recently on the big screen in Fun Size and will soon appear in Fede Alvarez's big screen release of Evil Dead on April 5.

In a Dark Place will begin production in May with Roy Lee producing.

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