Academy Award-winning actress Renee Zellweger is reportedly ready to jump back into the horror genre.
Ray Wright wrote the story about an idealistic social worker who saves an abused 10-year-old girl from her parents only to discover that things are not as they appear, The Reporter said.
A director has not yet been attached to the project, which is scheduled to start shooting in Vancouver in July.
Zellweger's last horror flick was 1994's gory "The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre." She's currently in Britain filming the Beatrix Potter biopic, "Miss Potter."