ET catches up with the actresses who will play the 'Manson Girls' and they explain what they have learned about the vicious killer Charles Manson and his bizarre cult.
The movie will be directed by Susanna Lo and focuses on Manson's female supporters, with shooting expected to begin in the spring. Jennifer Landon plays Mary Brunner: "I think that if you don't get the humanity of the situation, even if it's incredibly dark, if you don't shed light on dark, then history and psychology is doomed to repeat itself."
Laura Harring plays Alice Rainer: "There's such innocence in the story of the girls and nobody ever tells the story of the girls. And so, the 'Manson Girls' is about the girls and it's just beautifully written - not one moment that doesn't appear totally authentic and real and you can tell it's totally truthful."
Tania Raymonde plays Leslie Van Houten: "I'm not scared by it, it's comforting in a way because I am playing a real person that existed in real life -- that I think is a great opportunity. And I have the chance to, I can potentially if I want to, come in contact with her, and I like that idea a lot."
Taryn Manning plays Sandra Blue Good: "I think everybody is so fascinated by Charles Manson right, but not a whole lot of people know about the girls, you know."
Monica Keena plays Lynette 'Squeaky' Fromme: "They wanted to find answers so badly and he -- they were looking for something so badly and he could see that and he took advantage of that and preyed upon it. And then all the manipulation and drugs and all of this other stuff came later."