Little Murder

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This article is about the 2011 film. For the CSI episode, see A Little Murder. For the 1971 film, see Little Murders.
Little Murder, Ghost of New Orleans
Directed by Predrag Antonijević
Produced by Silvio Muraglia, Eric Fierstein Co-Executive Producers John Gaston, Jeff Spilman, Jeff Stern, Executive Producer Stephen Hays
Written by
Cinematography Steve Mason
Edited by Devin Maurer
Distributed by Mind in Motion
Release date
  • January 8, 2011 (2011-01-08) (Palm Springs)
  • February 17, 2017 (2017-02-17)
Country United States
Language English

Little Murder is a 2011 supernatural thriller film directed by Predrag Antonijević. The film premiered at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on January 8, 2011.[1] The movie is distributed wide in the US on February 17, 2017 under the new title Ghost of New Orleans.[2]


The story centers on a humiliated detective Ben Chaney (Josh Lucas) who gets a sudden shot at salvation when the ghost of a murdered cellist Corey Little (Lake Bell) solicits his help in finding her killer as he was on a stakeout of a serial killer suspect, Drag Hammerman. As Chaney unravels the truth behind Little's night of murder, a little turn of events revealed the killer to all of the murders, including Little's, to be the very same man all along.[3] and her best friend Dianalle (Amani Phillips).



The film is shooting in Detroit and New Orleans,[6] Little Murder is the third US production for the Serbian director Predrag "Peter Gaga" Antonijevic.[7]

Rumors of the film's budget problems surfaced after numerous complaints to the Michigan state film office were made by local vendors for goods and services that were not paid for. The Townsend Hotel in Birmingham, Michigan filed suit, claiming the production company accumulated a tab of over $37,000 before leaving town without paying.[8]


  1. ^ "Little Murder". Retrieved January 7, 2011. 
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  3. ^ Woodbine, Jason, Bean, and Woll Are Planning a LITTLE MURDER
  4. ^ a b c First report, photos from LITTLE MURDER
  5. ^ a b Justin Kroll (2009-09-17). "Cary Elwes and Sharon Leal". Variety. Retrieved 2009-11-05. 
  6. ^ a b c d e "Entertainment/Hollywood News". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 13 May 2016. 
  7. ^ "4 More Commit Little Murder". Retrieved 13 May 2016. 
  8. ^ [1]

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