Paramount / DreamWorks
It's time for Saoirse Ronan to turn the tables after her grizzly murder in The Lovely Bones.
It's the story of a 14-year-old girl raised by her father to be an assassin, but later taken in by a French family which tries to help her assimilate to life in a world where it's inappropriate for children to kill. But things go "Bourne"-shaped when she reconnects with the world she left behind and learns the truth about herself.
Imagine if Leon, rather than killing himself, had taken the time to properly train Mathilda in the dark arts of killing in the sequel to "The Professional" - you'd watch that, right?