Clive Owen and Daniel Bruhl Are 'Intruders'
Juan Carlos Fresnadillo have two actors lined up for his upcoming project "Intruders". According to The Hollywood Reporter, Clive Owen and Daniel Bruhl are on boards to star in the thriller that will be the helmer's first English-language movie since "28 Weeks Later...".
The film will tell the story of an 11-year-old girl forced to confront childhood demons. Owen will play the girl's father, while Bruhl's role has not been known yet. Additional casting is still underway for the movie which is set to start production in June in London, England and Madrid, Spain.
Clive Owen was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his appearance in 2004 drama "Closer" and recently starred in "The International". As for Daniel Bruhl, the Spanish-born actor lands a role as Fredrick Zoller in 2009 "Inglourious Basterds".
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