The Invisible Woman of the 'Fantastic Four' franchise is about to get an invisible sign of her own in a new modern-day fable film project.
Hollywood beauty Jessica Alba has reportedly been set to star in "An Invisible Sign of My Own". As Silverwood Films and iDeal Partners Film Fund signed up a financing deal for the project over the weekend at the Toronto Film Festival, words are coming out that the 27-year-old is most likely to join the film's cast ensemble as the leading lady.
According to Film-Releases, she has been picked up to take the role previously attached to America Ferrera. If the story were true, it means that Alba will be portraying 20-year-old loner, Mona Gray, who as a child, hides herself behind numbers and math. But, when she grows up and becomes a second-grade math teacher, she is forced to step out from her secluded world.
Based on Aimee Bender's novel, "Invisible" will be directed by Marilyn Agrelo from the script written by "The Wedding Planner" scribes Pamela Falk and Michael Ellis. Produced by Jana Edelbaum, Falk, Ellis and Lynette Howell, the flick is expected to start the shooting in October.