Well, here’s an interesting cinematic match up–Park Chan-Wook, the director behind such dark and epic mind twisters as Oldboy and Thirst, has cast Nicole Kidman in his upcoming thriller, Stoker.

According to The Inquisitr, Stoker “tells the story of an eccentric teen, India, whose enigmatic and estranged uncle returns to the family following the death of the girl’s father.”

And no, no, despite whatever it is that Kidman has done to her face of late, she will not be playing the uncle, or the teenage girl.

When people mysteriously start to go missing in her hometown at the same time, India begins to believe that her uncle may be the cause.

According to Indiewire, Kidman is set to play the role of the little girl’s mother and will be joined by a heavy hitting array of talent including Matthew Goode, Jacki Weaver, Lucas Till, and Mia Wasikowska.

That said, Kidman totally has the Botox blank stare thing down now, which is actually pretty spooky, and could add a nice bit of creepy, unblinking and unflinching atmosphere to Park Chan-Wook’s film.  I mean, it really couldn’t hurt, could it?

What do you think of Kidman’s casting in the new Park Chan-Wook film, Stoker?