Staying faithful to horror/thriller genre, Eliza Dushku is set to come up with another big screen project of this sort titled "The Alphabet Killer", which will reunite her with Rob Schmidt after their collaboration in "Wrong Turn."
Based on the real-life Alphabet Murders from Rochester, New York in the seventies, the flick will see Dushku play a police investigator named Megan who has to deal with her mental health as she attempts to solve a series of murders happening in her town.
No word yet on production date, but it is confirmed that Tom Malloy has already been assigned to pen the script as well as to produce alongside Aimee Schoof, Isen Robbins, and Russell Terlecki for Intrinsic Value Films.
Dushku, best known as Faith in TV series "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", made her acting debut in her early teens through Craig Bolotin's 1992 romantic drama "That Night" opposite Juliette Lewis. Some of her upcoming film projects include "Sex and Breakfast", "Nobel Son", and "Open Graves".