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Lionsgate Horror Film 'The Bride' Finds Writer (Exclusive)

The movie centers on a turn-of-the-century bride who returns from the dead.
Sarah Conradt   |   courtesy of ICM
The movie centers on a turn-of-the-century bride who returns from the dead.

Sarah Conradt has been tapped to pen Lionsgate's The Bride, the English-language remake of a Russian horror movie of the same name. 

The original film, which was written and directed by Svyatoslav Podgayevsky, centers on a turn-of-the-century bride who returns from the dead to terrify a modern-day bride and her family. 

Chad Hayes and Carey Hayes, the brothers who wrote The Conjuring and The Conjuring 2, will produce.  

Conradt works in the horror-thriller genre, landing on the 2011 iteration of the Black List for her thriller Dead of Winter. She previously adapted a remake of Finnish film Black Ice for MGM and Dylan Sellars, and penned the thriller Engima for Focus Features.  

She is repped by ICM, Hopscotch Pictures and Gang Tyre.

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