We hope Isabelle Fuhrman knows ballet.
The "Hunger Games" star will soon be dancing her way back into the horror genre as she takes on the lead role in the remake of "Suspiria," according to The Playlist.
Assuming that the plot of the remake doesn't stray too far from Dario Argento's 1977 shocker, "Suspiria" follows an American student (Fuhrman) who's accepted at a prestigious European ballet school, only to discover it's actually a front for a coven of witches and set to an obtrusive Goblin soundtrack (and lit by lots of red and green lights).
"Suspiria" is the beginning of what could be seen as the third chapter in David Gordon Green's career as he now starts to explore the uncharted territory of the horror genre. Chapter One saw him following in the footsteps of Terrence Malick with moody Southern dramas like "George Washington," "All the Real Girls" and "Undertow" before Chapter Two had him taking a sharp left turn into the realm of stoner comedies with "Pineapple Express," "Your Highness" and "The Sitter."
Isabelle Fuhrman is no stranger to horror, having played the title role in Dark Castle's mad-dog crazy (and quite brilliant) B-movie, "Orphan." She also recently played Clove in "The Hunger Games" (who, in our opinion, had one of the more disturbing death scenes) and is currently filming M. Night Shyamalan's "After Earth" with Will Smith and Jaden Smith.
"Suspiria" will commence with production in September with a look toward hitting theaters sometime in the fall of 2013.