Veteran Brit thesps Michael Caine and Ben Kingsley are the latest to hop on board the Brad Anderson ('The Call') helmed horror thriller 'Eliza Graves'. The new project that is adapted from a short story penned by Edgar Allan Poe sees a group of patients in a mental institution gain control of the home and switch places with the doctors caring for them unbeknownst the outside world. Caine will be seen in the next few weeks alongside Morgan Freeman in Louis Leterrier's magic thriller 'Now You See Me' whilst Kingsley will be causing all sorts of havoc as supervillain The Mandarin in action sequel 'Iron Man 3', opening later this month in the UK. The pensioner duo will be signing up alongside co-stars Kate Beckinsale ('Total Recall') and Jim Sturgess ('Heartless', 'Cloud Atlas'). Caine and Kingsley previously starred together as Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson in 1988 comedy mystery 'Without a Clue'.
"Eliza Graves is a patient at a mental institution in which the inmates have taken over and are posing as doctors. She becomes the object of affection of a newly arrived Harvard Medical School grad who has no idea of the topsy-turvy world he just entered."
Caine and Kingsley 'Without a Clue'