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‘Teen Wolf’ Star Victoria Moroles Joins Lionsgate Thriller ‘Down a Dark Hall’

Victoria Moroles has joined AnnaSophia Robb and Isabelle Fuhrman in the Lionsgate pic “Down a Dark Hall,” based on the novel by Lois Duncan.

The book follows a troubled teen with a haunted past who’s committed to Blackwood, a mysterious school for gifted and disturbed girls. Moroles will play one of five teenage girls attending the school.

Rodrigo Cortes is directing the film from a script by Michael Goldbach and Chris Sparling. The movie is currently shooting in Barcelona. Nostromo Pictures is financing the film with the participation of Atresmedia Cine.

“Twilight” author Stephenie Meyer, Wyck Godfrey, Meghan Hibbett, and Marty Bowen are producing. Isaac Klausner will executive produce alongside Nuria Valls.

Along with her work on the MTV series “Teen Wolf,” Moroles also has a recurring role on the Disney series “Liv And Maddie.” MTV announced in July that “Teen Wolf,” on which Moroles plays Hayden Romero, will be ending after its sixth season next year.

She is repped by Reel Talent Management and C.E.S.D.

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