(Photo: Splash News Online) In a new movie, that is.
Hilary Swank has signed to star in The Resident, about a woman who moves into a Brooklyn loft and discovers that her landlord is interested in more than the rent.
What's special about this film is that it's the first new production from Hammer Films in decades. The Brit producer was famed for reinventing the horror genre in the late 1950s, making stars of unknown actors like Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in classic films like The Horror of Dracula and The Curse of Frankenstein. Hammer also made the iconic 1966 Raquel Welch film One Million Years, B.C. If you're old enough, you remember the fur bikini.
The Resident begins shooting in May.