"Spider-Man 3" star Elizabeth Banks is poised to take part in DreamWorks' remake of the 2003 Korean horror "A Tale of Two Sisters" aka "Janghwa, Hongryeon."
While her face is still gracing the cinemas through "Spider-Man 3", Elizabeth Banks has already secured another starring slot in "A Tale of Two Sisters", a new horror feature coming from DreamWorks Pictures.
A remake of the 2003 Korean flick "Janghwa, Hongryeon" directed by Kim Jee-Woon, the picture follows two sisters as they return home to their father after spending time in a mental institution. Their recovery, however, is hindered by their cruel, obsessive stepmother that Banks is set to portray and an interfering ghost.
Project is slated to enter production next month in Shreveport, Louisiana and will be developed from Craig Rosenberg's English-language screenplay which Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro have rewritten. Taking helming duties are brothers Thomas and Charles Guard with Mark Sourian shepherding the film for DreamWorks president of production Adam Goodman.