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Saturday 20 December 2014

Ricci for indie thriller Unmasked?

Christina Ricci is being linked to new indie flick Unmasked
Christina Ricci is being linked to new indie flick Unmasked

Christina Ricci could be set to star in indie film Unmasked.

The Sleepy Hollow actress is in talks to appear in the thriller according to the Hollywood Reporter.

Unmasked is about a man who joins a dangerous and mysterious club so that he can relive the worst day of his life.

It's a first-time script from Peter Scott Vicaire which was discovered online.

At the moment it isn't clear who Christina, 33, would be starring alongside as the crew are still looking to cast a male lead.

White Noise and Frankie And Alice director Geoffrey Sax is already on board to work on the film.

Unmasked's script was found on InkTip.com, a site that has become a well-used source of scripts for up-and-coming writers since it was created in 2001, with 11 feature films having come out of it.

Christina recently voiced a character for Smurfs 2 alongside Christopher Mintz-Plasse and Alan Cumming, with the film due out this summer.

She can also be seen in upcoming drama Mothers Day with Susan Sarandon and Sharon Stone, and is providing her voice for the animated adventure about crayons The Hero Of Colour City.

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