The story, about a young woman who leaves Gotham after the death of her father to work in a country hotel, explores the connection between dreams and reality.
To give you an idea how long it can take you to make a movie these days, Briana Evigan (pictured above; Step Up 2) is in talks to join 3:30 AM, the indie horror thriller from director Mick Davis. Who is she replacing? Brittany Murphy (Clueless), who passed away in 2009.
Producers are also in negotiations with Matt Dallas (Kyle XY) to play lead against Evigan. Per Variety, “ Davis called the tale a gripping ride and said, “’3:30 a.m.’ combines the eerie science of the autonomic nervous system with the rea horror of one girl’s terrifying journey.’”
Shooting commences in Romania in February of next year.
From the producers of “The Sixth Sense” and the co-writer of “Batman Begins,” “The Invisible” is a supernatural thriller about a writer who finds himself trapped between the world of the living and the dead-completely invisible to the living. Nick (Justin Chatwin) has a bright future until he is brutally attacked and left for dead. Now in limbo, his only chance to live again is to figure out the mystery of what happened to him and why, before his time runs out. But how do you solve a murder, when the victim is you?
Nicklas lives a pretty normal teenage life, until one day, not far from graduation, when a gangster from his school beats him up. Nicklas passes out, and the next day when he returns to school he notices that nobody seems to notice him. As he tries to get attention he notices that his actions disappear the moment he has done them. He throws a book and as soon as it lands it’s back where he picked it up. He has returned as a ghost, but he can do nothing but passively observe as the police stand clueless to the murder.