Catalina Sandino Moreno will replace Rosario Dawson in the upcoming film “Incarnate,” giving the Colombian actress an opportunity to leverage her popularity even more among mainstream audiences.
Dawson – who will next be seen on-screen in “Chavez” – dropped out of the movie “due to scheduling reasons,” reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Moreno has been tapped to replace Dawson in “Incarnate,” described as a “micro-budget” film about an exorcist who meets his match in a 9-year-olld boy under the influence of a demon.
The change was announced shortly after Moreno ended her nine-episode arc opposite Demián Bichir on “The Bridge.” The 32-year-old actress – who first broke out in 2004’s “Maria Full of Grace” – is also set to star in the upcoming films “Swelter” and “Home,” both currently in post-production.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, “Incarnate” is set to begin filming next month in Los Angeles.