Blumhouse's The Craft reboot just got a little bit weirder.
Deadline reports X-Files alum David Duchovny will star in the remake. He joins Cailee Spaeny, Gideon Adlon, Lovie Simone, Zoey Luna and Nicholas Galitzine. Details about his role are being kept under wraps at this time.
Though best known for his role on X-Files, Duchovny has also appeared in Californication, Twin Peaks and Aquarius. His pas credits include The Secret, Evolution, Zoolander, Frasier and The Simpsons.
A remake of The Craft was first announced in 2015, with Sony developing the project at the time. Since then, the reboot has moved to Universal and Blumhouse. Fearstreet's Leigh Janiak was originally set to helm Sony's adaption. Zoe Lister-Jones has signed on to write and direct the reboot.
The Craft, which was released twenty-three years ago, centered on Robin Tunney's Sarah, a newcomer to a Catholic prep high school. She would fall in with a trio of outcasts, led by Fairuza Balk's Nancy, who practice witchcraft and end up conjuring spells and curses against those who've wronged them.
Released in 1996, The Craft starred Robin Tunney as Sarah, Fairuza Balk as Nancy, Neve Campbell as Bonnie and Rachel True as Rochelle. The film was directed by Andrew Fleming from a script by Peter Filardi and Andrew Fleming. Despite only earning $24.8 million at the box office, The Craft has gone on to become a cult classic.
A release date for the reboot has yet to be revealed.