Young talents Arielle Kebbel and Emily Browning are both set to act in horror flick "A Tale of Two Sisters."
The latest names to get submitted into the list, Arielle Kebbel and Emily Browning have both agreed to be part of the cast lineup of DreamWorks Pictures' "A Tale of Two Sisters", Variety has informed.
A remake of the 2003 Korean horror feature "Janghwa, Hongryeon", project concerns two sisters who return home to their father after spending time in a mental institution but have their recovery hindered due to their cruel, obsessive stepmother and an interfering ghost. Playing the father will be David Strathairn while Elizabeth Banks is set to portray the stepmother.
Shooting is still slated for July 2007 start, but filming location will move from Shreveport, Louisiana to Vancouver, Canada instead. Script, originally penned by Craig Rosenberg, has been entrusted to the hands of duo Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro to rewrite for brothers Thomas and Charles Guard to helm with Walter F. Parkes, Roy Lee, and Laurie MacDonald all producing.