Elizabeth Olsen was recently interviewed and spoke about Spike Lee's upcoming reboot of Chan-wook Park's Oldboy.

Here the actress talks about how this reboot will be different than the original.

"It's going to be a different story, just because, one, it takes place in a non-descript city in America, and, two, it's ten years later, so technology is different. It's practicalities that have had to change. It's not trying to redo the film - it's coming at it from a different view. As well as focusing on the primary source of the Korean film, for our film there's also the Japanese Manga, so we're using the primary source of the illustrated novel, really. I like to compare it to Let Me In and Let the Right One in. Those aren't the exact same films, but they're just a different take on the same story."

She will be portraying Marie, a caseworker that investigates the history behind the film's hero. Spike Lee is directing from a screenplay by Mark Protosevich.

Production has already begun and is set for release in 2013.