Mireille Enos is allegedly in talks to star as Karin Lane in the novel-adapted movie to be directed by Marc Foster.
Paramount Pictures has reportedly added an actress to the cast line-up of "World War Z". Heat Vision reports that "The Killing" star, Mireille Enos, is in negotiations to take the role of Brad Pitt's wife Karin Lane in the big screen version of Max Brook's novel.
Enos made TV appearances which were ranging from "Sex and the City" to "Medium". Her notable appearance was when she portrayed twin sisters Kathy and Jodeen Marquart on HBO series "Big Love". Since 2010, she has been playing on "The Killing", starring as Sarah Linden.
Previously, it was reported that "World War Z" was unable to continue the production as it cost about $125 million to produce. However, Paramount found investors to help the film out of the crisis earlier this year. Now, the production is scheduled to start in June in London, Malta and other locales around the world.
"World War Z" tells a story about a global perspective on the future of the zombie race, ten years after they take over the world. The action comedy has Marc Forster helm the project, with Pitt starring as Gerard Lane.