Sarah Paulson to Headline Serial Killer Drama, LOST GIRLS

Written by Andrew Pollard Monday, 06 February 2017

Movie News

Having appeared in every season of American Horror Story to date – including playing three roles in the recent Roanoke – Sarah Paulson has now found her next project.

The Hollywood Reporter has word that the actress, who many will remember as bursting onto the genre scene with the excellent (but massively underrated) American Gothic back in 1995, has signed on to headline Amazon Studios’ Lost Girls. This comes on the back of Paulson nabbing a Golden Globe for her turn in The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.

To be directed by What Happened, Miss Simone?’s Liz Garbus, the serial killer drama is being adapted from Ropert Kolker’s 2013’s book of the same name. Based on real events, the story focusses on “a mother searching for her missing daughter in Long Island who makes a horrifying discovery in the woods where the murdered bodies of four girls have been dumped.”

This will mark the narrative feature directing debut of Garbus, who recently got an Oscar nomination for the aforementioned What Happened, Miss Simone?.

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