Stanford, Levine & Several Others Head for the "Hills"

by | June 16, 2005 | Comments

The Hollywood Reporter brings us the full cast list for the upcoming remake of Wes Craven‘s "The Hills Have Eyes." Filming begins rather soon, and director Alexandre Aja ("High Tension") finally has his cast all picked out: Aaron Stanford ("X-Men 2"), Vinessa Shaw ("40 Days and 40 Nights"), Ted Levine ("Silence of the Lambs"), and Kathleen Quinlan ("Apollo 13") are among the family members who’ll be terrorized by nefarious mountain folk.

Also on board are Emilie de Raven (the amazingly beautiful Aussie doll from TV’s "Lost"), Dan Byrd ("A Cinderella Story"), Robert Joy ("Land of the Dead"), Billy Drago (Frank Nitti from "The Untouchables"), and Tom Bower ("High Crimes"). "The Hills Have Eyes," a Fox Searchlight production that was picked up in turnaround from Dimension Films, begins shooting later this month in Morocco.

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