Sheree J. Wilson, who played April Stevens Ewing on "Dallas," has a great new leading role in "Killing Down," a movie scheduled for 2006 release. The film is based on actual events and tells the story of Steven Down, who went underground after being tortured in Nicaragua as a U.S. Army intelligence officer. He encounters Wilson, playing Rachel, along the way, as he tries to unlock the mystery of his torture, and as his post-traumatic paranoia deepens. Matthew Tompkins (who also did some episodes of Wilson's more recent TV show, "Walker, Texas Ranger") plays Steven Down. The film is directed and written by Blake Calhoun. Wilson features the movie poster, trailer and film credits at her official website, http://www.shereejwilson.com.
As of this month, the film is being edited for dialogue and score. "Our goal has been to have the film ready for distributors before the Cannes film market in May," the film's website says. Check out http://www.killingdown.com.
Wilson has also recently shot the film "Fragile" for Filmedia Entertainment, written by Frederic Galfo, http://www.fragilethefilm.com.