A Let Me In reunion may be in the works. Deadline reports that Chloe Moretz is currently in negotiations to star in the indie The Wilderness of James, where she would star opposite her Let Me In screen partner Kodi Smit-McPhee. The coming of age story takes place in Portland and centers on a young boy who is dealing with the absence of his father. Michael Johnson, who wrote the script, is making his directorial debut on the project.
There are a few scheduling issues to work out before Moretz can sign on. Production on The Wilderness of James is set to begin next month, but Moretz is currently filming Kimberley Peirce’s Carrie remake and will move directly into filming Jeff Wadlow’s sequel Kick-Ass 2 once she wraps. No word on where James might be shooting, but as the immensely talented Moretz steps into more high-profile roles it’s nice to see that she’s still attracted to small, dramatic indies.
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