The Hollywood Reporter has announced that for her first foray out of the Labyrinth, Baquero has signed on for the starring role in The New Daughter. It's a new film, a new language, but still a dark theme. Adapted by John Travis, the film comes from a short story in John Connolly's supernatural collection, Nocturnes. THR describes it as a story that covers "a single dad who has moved his two children to a remote farm where a strange mound in the surrounding fields appears to be the key to his daughter's increasingly ominous behavior." To add on from Connolly's own website, it is a burial mound that "hides something very ancient, and very much alive." So, Pet Sematary with the pets replaced by an impressive, young Spanish actress? The project doesn't have a director yet, but I can't blame them for signing Baquero, who will probably be perfect for the role.
- 7 Wonderfully Weird Bill Murray Shenanigans - POPSUGAR
- Jon Stewart Shames NFL Over Ray Rice - HitFix
- 'Big Hero 6' Preview - ScreenCrush
- Honest Trailers: 'Godzilla' (2014) - ScreenJunkies
- 25 Comic-Book Movies That (Thankfully) Never Happened - Vulture
- These 11 Freaky 'American Horry Story' Gifs Will Give You Nightmares - POPSUGAR
- 16 Shameless Product Placements in TV & Movies - Vulture
- The 5 Best New Comedies This Fall - POPSUGAR
- See Anna Kendrick Singing in 'The Last 5 Years' - Vulture
- 'Frozen' Returning With New Animated Short - ScreenCrush
Around the web
Stay Connected with Moviefone
Download the Free App!