Nicole is in the middle of preparing her dream wedding when her fiancé Mark finally proposes. Having no one to lean on but Mark’s stepsister Audrey, Nicole is overjoyed when she pays them a surprise visit and offers to help with the wedding plans.
Then Nicole finds Audrey’s dark past and dangerous obsession with her stepbrother as the wedding plans fall apart. It’s possible that the bride won’t make it down the aisle to this wedding!
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Do You Want to Kill the Bride? (will There Be a Sequel?
In spite of its slapstick nature, You May Now Kill the Bride by Lifetime is enjoyable. A look at how the movie ends and whether or not there will be a follow-up.
The end of the story Is there going to be a sequel to the TV movie? For those who are ready to accept their absurd stories, cheap budgets, and campy atmosphere, made-for-TV movies may be a lot of fun. Lifetime, which has been creating trashy but enjoyable made-for-TV movies for over 30 years, is the best place to see them.
Take, for example, the 2016 suspense drama You may now kill the bride on Lifetime. Ashley Newbrough (from Privileged) and Rocky Myers (from Sons of Thunder) play newly engaged couple Nicole and Marc as they scramble to organize their wedding in three weeks after learning that the bride-to-chosen be’s location will be closing soon.
Nicole is glad to accept the help of Mark’s amicable half-sister, Audrey, in planning their wedding, despite the fact that it is a stressful undertaking (Tammin Sursok, Pretty little Liars). There’s more to Audrey’s apparent friendliness than meets the eye in the arena of Lifetime movies.
It’s now possible for you to kill. Her half-brother Mark, Audrey’s half-sister, is a romantic hero to the bride, who will stop at nothing to keep him from finding love with another woman. Apparently Audrey was responsible for the demise of all of Mark’s past relationships, including the one that ended with the murder of his future wife.
When Audrey (Aubrey Reynolds, Legends of Tomorrow) becomes suspicious that Nicole’s bridesmaid Celine (Aubrey Reynolds, Legends of Tomorrow) is in a coma, she sets out to undermine Mark and Nicole’s approaching nuptials in any way she can.
For one point in the movie, Audrey dresses as a stripper and shows up at Mark’s bachelor celebration, when she turns on him. Just before the credits roll on Lifetime’s film, Celine awakens from her coma and confesses Audrey’s adoration of Mark. At first, Mark doesn’t believe Nicole when she tells him that his stepsister Aubrey is a psychopath.
However, after Aubrey comes close to stabbing Nicole, Mark changes his mind. To mark the occasion, a key in the shape of Aubrey is thrown into the psychiatric hospital where Aubrey is being held.
It’s the day of Nicole’s wedding in the last scenes of You can now kill the bride, and Aubrey tries to drown her in a bathtub while she’s getting ready. Despite Aubrey’s best efforts, a maniacal Mark jumps in to help Nicole and disarms her stepsister as a result.
In the final scene, newlyweds Mark and Nicole visit Aubrey in a mental hospital, where she appears to be doing well. After all, Aubrey tears up a wedding photo that the newlyweds handed her at the end of the film to show that Mark is still very much a part of her life.
It’s safe to say that You Can Now Kill the Bride fits into the “poor lifetime movie” category. However, it’s extremely rare for even a Lifetime popular movie to receive a sequel, so it’s unlikely that there will be a second installment. The bride will be killed soon enough.
Eventually, Mark Realises that Audrey Isn’t Who She Appears to Be
Mark is taken aback when he first sees Audrey at the altar, and it takes him a moment to realise that Audrey is the one who murdered Rachel. In an effort to save Nicole’s life, he rushes to the wedding room and performs CPR on her as he pulls her from the bath. Then, when Mark tries to push her away, Audrey arrives and tells him they’re destined to be together.
She then prevents him from dialing 911 and then stabs him. Once Nicole is back to her old self, she falls into the bathtub with her and Audrey, almost drowning her. Playing “he loves me/he doesn’t love me” is what Audrey does with a wedding photo at her mental facility in the final scenes.
After Audrey disposes of her anti-psychotic medicine, she repeats Audrey’s earlier activities, proving that her infatuation with Mark hasn’t faded and that the story is far from over.
Suddenly, everything goes awry for a couple who are about to get married. There was an accident with the maid-of-honor and now the husband’s step-sister wants to take her place. However, the couple does not realise that his step-sister truly wants to break them apart and she wants to be the wedding bride.