Carole Bouquet and Christina Cole have been cast to appear in NBC's upcoming mini-series Rosemary's Baby.
The 1967 novel was first famously adapted by controversial French-Polish filmmaker . The story focuses on Rosemary Woodhouse () who, along with her husband Guy (), moves into a new apartment building that has a disturbing history. Once there they conceive a child, and the mysterious nature of the building and its inhabitants begins to reveal itself.
, who has appeared in over 40 films and worked with legendary directors such as , will play neighbour Margaux Castevet, while will play Rosemary's young friend Julie. The two will join as Roman Castevet. Isaacs should be used to playing sinister characters, given that he appeared as Lucius Malfoy in the Harry Potter series.
It is an exciting prospect, but will the mini-series live up to the previous adaptation of the book? Let us know what you think below.