Cuban Hottie Ana De Armas is Up Your Alley in Spanish Slasher ‘Callejon’


Spanish screenwriter Antonio Trashorras has tapped 22-year-old Cuban actress Ana de Armas ( for his upcoming directorial debut Callejon (gringo translation: Alley).

Armas will play a woman trapped in a laundromat by a serial killer. The Spanish-language frightener is the latest in a new string of low-budget horror films set in a confined space, i.e. Rodrigo Cortes’ Buried (coffin), Adam Green’s Frozen (ski-lift), newcomer David Brooks’ ATM (uh … an ATM machine), and the M. Night Shyamalan produced Devil (elevator).

Armas creds include the 2006 Spanish fantasy sci-fi drama Madrigal and the internationally popular mystery television series “El Internado (The Boarding School).”

Trashorras recently scripted director Eugeno Mira’s psychological-thriller Agnosia. He also cowrote Guillermo Del Toro’s 2001 ghost story The Devil’s Backbone.

Callejon is slated for release in 2011. The title is reportedly tentative and will most likely change before its release.

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