After recently appearing in a couple of just so-so movies with the likes of Julia Roberts and Naomi Watts, Clive Owen has found a new partner that will hopefully result in some box office — and genre — gold: director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.
According to Variety the UK-born superstar has signed on to topline the English-language horror-thriller Intruders for Antena 3 and Universal Pictures International. Based on a script by Jaime Marques and Nico Casariego, [the] story centers on an 11-year-old girl who is forced to confront childhood demons.
European star Daniel Brühl [Pvt. Zoller from Inglourious Basterds] has also boarded the film, which will begin lensing in June in London and Madrid.
Not much else is known about Intruders other than that Enrique López Lavigne, who also worked with Fresnadillo on his 28 Weeks Later and Intacto, is producing. As more news comes in, you can be sure we’ll pass it on.
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