KELLY OSBOURNE To Star In 'Malice In Sunderland'

Kelly Osbourne has reportedly signed on to star in "Malice In Sunderland", a contemporary reworking of "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland", according to

Simon Fellows is to direct the U.K.-German co-production, with shooting scheduled to begin later this year. Mark Byrne of the U.K.'s What's The Story is producing, while Christian Beutel of MagicWorx GmbH (Germany) is co-producing.

Solveig Langeland of Bjorg Veland's BV International Pictures will handle international sales for the film.

The film is part of a joint venture between What's the Story and MagicWorx to co-develop features. Also in the works is family adventure film "The Life & Adventures Of Santa Claus".


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