"Buffy" Gal to Have a "Black Christmas"

by | January 16, 2006 | Comments

The lovely Ms. Michelle Trachtenberg, last seen as an "Ice Princess" and best known for her work on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," has signed to star in Glen Morgan‘s "Black Christmas," which, as any horror fan could tell you, is a remake of a well-regarded Bob Clark chiller from 1974.

According to Production Weekly, "Michelle Trachtenberg is set to topline the horror remake "Black Christmas," along with Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Katie Cassidy and Oliver Hudson. Glen Morgan will direct the film, about a killer who terrorizes a sorority house with phone calls before he begins to murder various sorority sisters during the holiday break. Production is set to begin at the end of this month in Vancouver."

Mr. Morgan will be working with longtime partner James Wong. Together they’ve brought you "Willard," "The One," and the "Final Destination" flicks.

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