A trio of stars consisting of Juno Temple, Joe Anderson and Kelli Garner are currently in talks with Red Granite Pictures to join Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe in Alexandre Aja’s adaptation of supernatural novel ‘Horns’.

The novel, originally penned by Joe Hill (son of legendary horror writer Stephen King) and adapted for screen by Keith Bunin, follows Ig Perrish (payed by Radcliffe) as he awakes to find that horns have begun to grow from his head. The horns bring with them the power to compel others to confess their sins, a power that proves useful in allowing Ig to discover the truth about his girlfriend’s untimely death. It is believed that Temple is tipped to play the girlfriend.

Red Granite will be co-producing the film with Mandalay Pictures when production begins this fall. Red Granite will be responsible for foreign sales and Danny Dimbort and Christian Mercuri are scheduled to begin talks with potential buyers as early as next week. Sources say that author Joe Hill is to have an executive producer credit as he keeps a close eye on how his work is translated to the screen.