David Strathairn Stars Opposite Banks in ‘Two Sisters’ Remake

David Strathairn (pictured inside) has signed on to topline the horror remake A Tale of Two Sisters for DreamWorks, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Elizabeth Banks (Slither) already has joined the project, which is based on Kim Jee-Woon’s 2003 Korean thriller of the same name. Strathairn will play a concerned father of two girls who return home after spending time in a mental institution. Once there, they are forced to deal with their stepmother’s (Banks) obsessive and unbalanced ways as well as an interfering ghost. Brothers Thomas and Charles Guard will direct “Sisters,” which is scheduled to start filming next month in Shreveport, La. Craig Rosenberg penned the screenplay, with a rewrite from Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro.


Source: Hollywood Reporter