Fourth 'Flowers in the Attic' Film Greenlit by Lifetime
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'Seeds of Yesterday' is set 15 years after the third film 'If There Be Thorns' which continues Christopher and Cathy Dollanganger's saga.

AceShowbiz - Lifetime gave the fourth chapter of "Flowers in the Attic" a greenlight. "Seeds of Yesterday", the fourth and final book in V.C. Andrews' novel series, will be adapted into a TV movie premiering next year.

%cJason Lewis% and %cRachael Carpani%, stars of the upcoming third installment "If There Be Thorns", will reprise their roles as Christopher and Cathy Dollanganger. In "Seeds of Yesterday", the Dollangangers are now middle-aged and their children are young adults. They "continue to coexist miserably, as their deeply troubled relationships, dark secrets and tragedy come to a head in a way that will haunt the family and its progeny forever," the official synopsis said.

%cJames Maslow% has come on board as Bart Dollanganger. It is yet unveiled who will play his half-brother Jory Dollanganger. Toronto Film Festival winner Shawn Ku will direct the film from the script written by Darren Stein.

"Seeds of Yesterday" will be produced by A+E Studios for Lifetime. Dan Angel, Jane Startz and Jocelyn Freid will executive produce while Harvey Kahn and Rick Arredondo will serve as producers.

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