Nicole Kidman is set to both star in and produce a remake of Colombian horror feature "Al final del espectro" at Universal.
List of big screen stints Nicole Kidman has to undergo seems to get longer day by day. Already had six film projects to be conducted for few years ahead, the Australian beauty is now adding a new one on the plate, which will be a remake of Colombian horror film "Al final del espectro."
Rights to make the Americanized version of the flick reportedly has successfully been secured by Universal Pictures with an aim to get developed at the studio as both a starring and producing vehicle for Kidman. The original's helmer Felipe Orozco is confirmed to direct, this time from the script written by Fernley Phillips, who last penned "The Number 23" for New Line Cinema.
As the female lead, Kidman is said to about portray a woman who, after a tragedy, is encouraged by her father to take refuge in a fancy apartment building, where she creepily begins to see a ghost. Meanwhile, as the producer, she will perform the duty via her Blossom Films shingle alongside Vertigo Entertainment partners Roy Lee and Doug Davison plus Rick Schwartz, who executive produced her 2001 starring vehicles "The Others" and "Birthday Girl."