PRLog - Oct. 19, 2011 - YUMA, Ariz. -- Best known for her 1971 role as Plenty O’Tool in “Diamonds Are Forever” opposite Sean Conery, Lana Wood has reignited her film career lately in a string of independent films. Her return to feature films was the inspirational film “Book of Ruth” and a 2009 thriller “Renovation”
The premise? Sixteen years after a grisly murder at a small town lake, a group of teens decide to celebrate graduation with a party on the very spot. Local legend set aside the group heads to the water but run into a gang of bikers who just happen to be camping just across the lagoon from them. After the local sheriff warns both camps to leave each other alone someone turns up dead and both parties blame each other for the tragedy until one by one they are picked off by an unseen killer.
Wood will be joined by “Renovation”
Virtue is in pre-production and Rampant Entertainment and Collective Development are hoping to be able to start shooting in the spring of 2012. You can find "Virtue" on line at