Almost 30 HD screencaptures of Dreama in the movie Date And Switch have been added to the gallery. Her role seems to have been cut down in the editing process but hopefully we will get deleted scenes when the movie comes out on DVD next month. You can watch the film on VOD where it has been out for over a month.
Lifetime has released a few clips from The Grim Sleeper on YouTube which you are able to watch below. I hope you all caught the premiere last night but if not Lifetime will air the movie again at 7PM and 11PM today!
I particularly enjoyed this Lifetime murder mystery more than most for many reasons. The lead actors all performed remarkably well, especially the star of the film, Dreama Walker. Her portrayal as the feisty and amusing LA reporter was not only fun to watch, but touching as well. There was much more to her character besides getting a career changing front page story. She cared about the victims, and realized they all had someone that loved them. It was interesting to see a reporter care from the start, instead of halfway through their investigation where they “grow a heart.”
Lifetime has released a trailer for The Grim Sleeper. Remember that the film will premiere on Lifetime on March 15 at 8PM. Be sure to tune in!
Chlorine is out in theaters today. You can find the theatres showing the film here.
Revolves around a family struggling to maintain their well-to-do lifestyle in their overly materialistic New England community. Sedgwick plays the matriarch, who is more interested in appearances than for caring or showing affection toward her husband (D’Onofrio) and pushes him into a bad real estate deal.
Thanks to Lu I was able to replace all The Grim Sleeper production stills with high quality versions as well as add an additional still to the gallery.
Be sure to watch the premiere on Saturday, March 15 at 8pm ET/PT on Lifetime!
Lifetime has created an official website for The Grim Sleeper on their website and they have released 14 production stills there. I have added the 10 production stills featuring Dreama to the gallery.
Dreama’s new Lifetime movie The Grim Sleeper will air on the network Saturday, March 15 at 8pm ET/PT.
Based on the True Story of One Investigative Reporter’s Quest for Justice
LOS ANGELES (February 18, 2014) – When a Los Angeles journalist uncovers a pattern of clues and exposes a serial killer, she also exposes a secret the police held for over 20 years while a community was repeatedly terrorized. This is the story told in the Lifetime Original Movie, The Grim Sleeper, premiering Saturday, March 15 at 8pm ET/PT and starring Dreama Walker (Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23), Macy Gray (Training Day), Ernie Hudson (Call Me Crazy) and Michael O’Neill (Dallas Buyers Club).
The Grim Sleeper follows LA Weekly reporter Christine Pelisek (Walker) as she doggedly investigates the unsolved murders of dozens of women in Los Angeles and soon realizes one person is responsible for many of these deaths that began over 20 years earlier. After a string of murders in the 1980s, the violence seemed to end; but almost 14 years later, another murder spree begins, leading Pelisek to dub the killer “The Grim Sleeper.” The reporter-turned-amateur detective notices similarities between the cases and sets out to break the story of her career, researching evidence and interviewing witnesses for clues to the killer’s identity. While police and lead detectives (Hudson, O’Neill) kept the community in the dark about a potential serial killer on the loose, Pelisek contacts the victims’ families to offer them the truth about what may have happened to their daughters, sisters, wives and mothers. When the only known survivor (Gray) comes forward to tell her side of the story, pieces of the mystery unravel and Pelisek is even more determined to bring justice for the victims.
The Grim Sleeper is executive produced by Michael Jaffe (The Client List) and Joe Pichirallo (Lakeview Terrace). Stan Brooks (Perfect Sisters) directs from a script written by Robert Nathan (Law & Order) and Teena Booth (The Drew Peterson Story).
Thanks to a Date And Switch review we now know that Dreama is still in the film even though it was taken off of her IMDb profile. It seems like her role was cut down in the editing process. Hopefully we will get to see her missing scenes as extras on the DVD.
At that prom, Compliance’s Dreama Walker turns up as a character whose introduction must’ve come earlier in previous drafts of Alan Yang’s script, and yet she speaks so few lines that her performance goes uncredited.