At 15 years of age, Mckenna Grace is fast becoming a titan of the entertainment industry. The already accomplished actor and singer recently added writer and executive producer to her ever-growing list of credits, co-penning a sequel (with dad Ross Burge) to her hit 2018 Lifetime movie The Bad Seed. That film, (a re-telling of the 1956 cult classic of the same name), which co-starred and was directed by Rob Lowe, saw a then 12-year-old Grace star as Emma Grossman, a manipulative child who takes control of her own destiny by ridding herself of anyone standing in the way of the life she wants. Despite now being a teenager living with her aunt and uncle in The Bad Seed Returns nothing much has changed, especially Grace's take on her character. "I think Emma is just as fun to play now," she exclaimed during an exclusive interview with MediaVillage. "She's just a fun character to explore.
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