More casting news has come for the next needless remake of a recent foreign film, We Are What We Are (review here), but given the talent involved, we’re actually kind of excited for this one.
Screen Daily reports that Riley Keough, Julia Garner, Bill Sage, and Wyatt Russell have joined the cast of the flick, which is to be directed by Stake Land‘s Jim Mickle.
“Keough and Garner will play a pair of sisters who are secluded from mainstream society. Following the untimely death of their mother, their father, played by Sage, forces them to perform a depraved ritual, carried out by their ancestors for generations. Russell will play a young deputy who is in love with Keough’s character.”
Andrew Corkin of New York-based Uncorked Productions (Martha Marcy May Marlene, Afterschool) and Bolivian director/producer Rodrigo Bellott (Sexual Dependency) are producing alongside MFI’s Nicholas Shumaker and Linda Moran and Rene Bastian of Belladonna Productions, who produced Mickle’s first two films.
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