Mireille Enos confirms that she will be returning for the World War Z sequel.
The actress is set to reprise the role of Karin Lane – the wife of Brad Pitt’s character – in the much talked about sequel.
And while Enos confirms that she will be back, she admits that things are a ‘bit up in the air’ at the moment.
Speaking to Digital Spy about the film project, the actress said: “Yes, I am going to be in it.
“There’s been some shifting [with directors] and so the schedule’s a bit up in the air, but it’s definitely happening, and I get to be in it.
“And Brad Pitt. I haven’t read a script so I literally can’t tease anything. I think [there] was a director in place and that’s now shifted, so it’s a bit up in the air.”
It was back in 2013 when the zombie drama hit the big screen. The movie was based on the book of the same name by Max Brooks and saw Marc Forster in the director’s chair.
World War Z went on to gross $540 million at the box office, so it is not hard to see why a sequel was given the green light.
At the moment, there is no director officially on board the project – it was reported earlier this year that Juan Antonio Bayona had had to drop out due to a scheduling conflict.
We haven’t see Enos on the big screen since If I Stay but she has already completed work on You Were Never Here, Behold My Heart, and Katie Says Goodbye.
She is also set to return to television with new series The Catch, which sees her star alongside Peter Krause, Alimi Ballard, and Jay Hayden.