Posey leading 'Frankenstein' revival at USA

Wallenstein, Andrew
March 2004
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;3/23/2004, Vol. 383 Issue 7, p4
An indie-film favorite poised for her first regular TV role, the actor Parker Posey will play a police detective in this update of the horror classic, which is scheduled to go into production in May 2004 in Toronto, Ontario. The production company Lions Gate Television will produce the program "Frankenstein" in association with producer Tony Krantz's firm Flame Television. In addition to "Frankenstein," Scorsese also is executive producing another TV project at the firm Sci Fi Channel, miniseries "The Twelve."


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