Keira has already sign a while ago to be part of the new film "Never Let Me Go" based on the praised fiction-book by Kazuo Ishiguro.The story follows a woman who, as she reflects on her private school years in the English countryside, reunites with her two friends to face the dark secrets tied to their communal past, when they discover they are clones to organs donation.- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1334260/
Here's a bit of a MovieFone interview with Keira:
You just signed on to star in "Never Let Me Go", which sounds like sci-fi but isn't, right?
'It's not really sci-fi. It's based on a book. It's a great book by [Kazuo] Ishiguro, who wrote 'The Remains of the Day.' It's a really, really beautiful book. I mean, it's strange and it's quietly odd and rather creepy and unnerving. But it's not a sci-fi. It's more or less sort of based in the now, but in a now maybe slightly parallel to the one we live in'.
So even though it's got the whole cloning for the purpose of organ harvesting premise, it won't be anything like Michael Bay's 'The Island'?'
'No. [laughs]. ['The Island'] is a lot of fun, but it's not. I haven't really figured out how to sum it up in a nutshell. It's a really interesting book that raises a lot of questions about morality, people, relationships and growing old. It's so difficult to explain. I'm going to have to try to do it and then figure out something to say about it. It's going to be really, really good. I'm really excited about it. It's such a weird subject matter. I think it's going to be a really unique film'.