Get ready to see more of Prince Harry's new girlfriend onscreen.
The Suits actress, who has drawn more interest in recent weeks after Kensington Palace confirmed she is dating the royal, filmed an independent British gangster film titled Anti-Social back in late 2013 in Hungary, Malta and London. The movie hit select theaters abroad in 2015. Now audiences will get to see a special edition cut of the movie, which will also be released in Markle's native United States.
Meghan plays a model named Kirsten, who gets involved romantically with graffiti artist Dee, played by Gregg Sulkin, who gets pulled into a life of crime thanks to his friendship with a criminal mastermind who carries out daredevil jewelry heists. The movie is based on true events that took place in London—the 2009 Graff Diamonds robbery, the 2012 Brent Cross shopping mall smash-and-grab theft and the 2013 Selfridges department store robbery by burka-clad men.
"The sudden advent in London of 'motorbike-enabled smash-and-grab robbery', a new age criminal phenomena, was my biggest inspiration for writing Anti-Social," screenwriter and Reg Traviss said in a statement carried by The Telegraph. "It was the fact that the robbers were mostly young, very organized, and totally daredevil in the execution of the crimes—many of which totaled millions of pounds each heist.
"The Special Edition focuses much more on the criminal underworld threads of the story and, as such, on the everyday lives of the young, professional criminals themselves," he said. "The new version aims to appeal to an international audience."
Anti-Social: Special Edition will be available on VOD in the U.K. and Ireland on Dec. 5 and in the United States and Canada on Jan. 2, 2017.