Touchstone Pictures’ ‘The Invisible’ Remake Begins Casting

When we found out that Touchstone Pictures and Spyglass Pictures would be remaking the astounding Swedish thriller/drama/horror film Invisible, we jumped right on the bandwagon, especially after we were told Mick Davis would be returning to write the US screenplay. Then things got even cooler as David Goyer was attached to direct, only problem is Just Like Heaven looks to have stole a lot of the ideas behind this film, hopefully there’s more terror added to this version. Read on for the first casting news for the flick….
Variety reports:

Marcia Gay Harden has joined the cast of “Invisible” for Touchstone Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment.

She joins Justin Chatwin, Margarita Levieva and Chris Marquette in the supernatural drama, in production under the helm of David S. Goyer.

Last seen in “Bad News Bears,” Harden just wrapped IFC Films’ “American Gun” and is filming Universal’s “American Dreamz.”

Pic, written by Mick Davis, is based on the Swedish supernatural thriller about two young teens whose real selves are invisible to others. One teen’s untimely death renders him literally invisible. The other is metaphorically invisible due to the neglect she’s endured since the death of her mother.

 
Source: Variety