'Youth in Revolt' cutie Portia Doubleday (below) has signed on for telekinetic terror in the upcoming remake of Stephen King novel 'Carrie'. The 23-year old actress is set to play the role of the main antagonist Chris Hargensen in the redo, the part which was portrayed by 'RoboCop's Nancy Allen in the 1976 original. Chloe Moretz ('Dark Shadows', 'Kick-Ass') will play the troubled teenage and is joined by Julianne Moore ('Hannibal'), Alex Russell ('Chronicle'), Ansel Elgort, Ivana Baquero ('Pan's Labyrinth'), Judy Greer ('The Village') and Gabriella Wilde ('The Three Musketeers') also star the Kimberly Peirce ('Boys Don't Cry') helmed remake.
"The story of Carrie White, a girl brought up, almost in isolation, by her psychotically religious mother Margaret. After an embarrassing incident in the showers causes her fellow pupils to tease Carrie ruthlessly, her teacher Miss Desjardin disciplines them severely. Determined to have revenge, the other students hatch a plot against Carrie, which turns horribly wrong when Carrie's strange mental powers are unleashed during the school prom."
'Carrie' unleashes all kinds of mentalness from 15 March 2013.
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