James Gunn Tapped to Produce New Horror Film
He joins his brother, cousin, and longtime collaborator for this project.
By Chris Morse
According to Variety, James Gunn is getting involved in a new horror project. The Guardians of the Galaxy director has been tapped by newcomer studio The H Collective to produce the film as he juggles his next installment of the hit Marvel Studios franchise. Gunn is joined by his brother and cousin, Brian and Mark respectively, as screenwriters with David Yarovesky (The Hive) on board to direct.
No further details are known about the project at this time, but this isn't Gunn or Yarovesky's first ventures into the horror genre by any means. For now, though, this untitled film is still in pre-production and will have to be something we follow over the next year or so. We'll be sure to keep you posted here on Dead Entertainment if we hear anything new.
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