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April 19, 2004

Spacek Trying Hand at Horror Again


Sissy Spacek is returning to the horror genre -- where she enjoyed one of her earliest successes as the telekinetic heroine of 1976's "Carrie" -- as she steps into "The Ring 2" for DreamWorks and director Hideo Nakata.

The Oscar-winning actress joins Naomi Watts and Simon Baker in the film, due to start shooting in mid-May. It's unclear exactly who she will play in the ongoing tale of a mysterious videotape that proves fatal to viewers because the script is being closely guarded; sources close to the film said the filmmakers want to keep a level of mystery around Spacek's character.

She was totally creepy in "Carrie." I'm sure she won't let us down this time either.


Posted by Lawren at April 19, 2004 09:03 AM

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Oh cool! Looking forward to that one!

Says: Kelly at April 19, 2004 09:36 AM

She's always worth watching, and instantly gives credibility to the sequel. I probably wouldn't have bothered with it before hearing this.

Says: Ted at April 19, 2004 10:42 AM

I place Spacek in a VERY small group of actresses who constantly give magnificent performaces. Spacek, Streep, Redgrave, Dench, and that is about it. I can't think of one shitty performance in her filmography.

I also love how she, like Meryl Streep, put acting behind raising a family. If a role interfered with the lives of her children, she turned the role down. That, and her constant refusal to play the diva, makes her a class act.

PS. There was no way Halle deserved to win the Oscar over Spacek's performance in "In the Bedroom."

Says: chuck at April 19, 2004 04:04 PM

Total agreement here, Chuck.

Says: Lawren at April 19, 2004 05:44 PM

She has been excellent in everything from "Carrie" to "Coal Miner's Daughter" - - I haven't seen "The Ring - part one", but will probably give it a view now that part two will feature her - - thanks for the info :)

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