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Carrie Fisher is in negotiations, while “Samurai Girl” star Jamie Chung and Audrina Patridge from “The Hills” are set to join the cast of “Sorority Row,” Summit’s remake of the 1983 horror movie, “The House on Sorority Row.”
Also in the cast are Rumer Willis, Julian Morris, Leah Pipes, Margo Harshman and the previously announced Briana Evigan.
The plot sees a group of sorority sisters try to cover up the death of their house-sister after a prank gone wrong, only to be stalked by a serial killer.
Fisher would play the sorority’s house mother. Chung and Patridge play two of the sisters.
Stewart Hendler is directing; Mike Karz produces.
Shooting set to start in early October in Pittsburgh.
Fisher is repped by APA, Chung is with Gersh and Kritzer Levine Wilkins, while Patridge is repped by APA and Gladys Gonzalez. (partialdiff)
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