"Urban Legend" star Danielle Harris is in talks to take a leading role in Rob Zombie's updated "re-imagining" of John Carpenter's "Halloween."
Set to make a return to the franchise, Queens-born actress Danielle Harris is currently involved in negotiations for a lead role in Rob Zombie's "Halloween", an updated "re-imagining" of John Carpenter's 1978 directorial effort of the same title, Fangoria has reported.
If everything runs smooth, Harris, according to the site, will likely to play "none other than heroine Laurie Strode herself -- or if not that character, played four times in the franchise by Jamie Lee Curtis, then certainly someone of prominence." The beauty previously appeared in both the fourth and fifth installments of the series as Jamie Lloyd, Michael Myers' niece.
Boasted to be an entirely new take on the legend that will satisfy fans of the classic Halloween legacy, the project has already rounded out cast lineup comprised of names like Malcolm McDowell, Sheri Moon, Heather Bowen, Daeg Faerch, and Tyler Mane as the adult Michael Myers. Apart from directing, Zombie is also in charge to write and produce as well as become the flick's music supervisor.