There’s a lot of casting ins and outs regarding Bankside Films and Killer Films’ Innocence, their vampire tale announced last February. Back in 2011, both Abigail Breslin and Julianne Moore were cast. As of today, we have a wide array of different information
we’re digging into that we’ve confirmed.
First, it looks like Moore is out, but Breslin, the Zombieland star recently cast in The Hive, is still locked for a lead role. Bloody Disgusting has also exclusively learned that Kelly Reilly (Sherlock Holmes) and Chloe Sevigny (Zodiac, American Psycho) have joined the cast, with Sophie Curtis (The English Teacher)
also in talks also confirmed to star in the lead.
Curtis plays “Beckett Warner,” “A recently bereaved teenage girl who finds herself the focus of everyone’s attention at her elitist private school where life is steeped in tradition and ceremony. As she deals with her mother’s death, her father’s new relationship and falls in love for the first time, she is blissfully unaware that the school is home to a house of vampires who have their sights firmly set on capturing her and making her the subject of a ritual virgin sacrifice. As she struggles against time to uncover the truth, the vampires carefully close their net with those around her questioning whether or not she is losing her mind.” Reilly will play “Pamela Hamilton.”
Hilary Brougher is still directing the vampire tale in the vein of Rosemary’s Baby. Shooting begins this June in New York City
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