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You know what they say — one starlet's schedule conflict is another starlet's opportunity. (OK, so they don't really say that, but it's true.)
Case in point: as of last month, it girl Chloe Moretz was slated to star in the Portland-set indie drama, "The Wilderness of James." However, she has since had to drop out due to the production schedule for "Kick Ass 2: Balls to the Wall," leaving a gaping hole at the top of the cast list.
Enter Isabelle Fuhrman, the brunette beauty who will take Moretz's place.
Fresh off her success playing the murderous tribute Clove in "The Hunger Games" and shooting M. Night Shyamalan's "After Earth" with Will and Jaden Smith, Fuhrman seems a great fit for this coming-of-age drama. First-time director Michael Johnson penned the script, which follows a young boy dealing with the absence of his father. According to Deadline, Fuhrman will portray Val, opposite Kodi Smitt-McPhee, who takes on the titular role of James (we assume).
Though not many other details are known, based on Fuhrman's previous work, we're betting she's going to give this lonely boy a run for his money... and then some. Either way, it shouldn't be too long until we can dig up more dirt about this flick, as shooting is slated to begin next month.