Untitled Monster Thriller from Universal Pictures is being directed by Radio Silence
The production company Radio Silence (V/H/S, Southbound, Scream) has set up their next project, which will keep them in the horror genre, in the aftermath of Scream and Scream VI.
According to Deadline, Radio Silence will next be in charge of directing an “Untitled Monster Thriller” for Universal, and it appears that the enigmatic movie will experiment with well-known characters.
At Project X Entertainment, Chad Villella will serve as producer alongside William Sherak, Paul Neinstein, and James Vanderbilt. Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett will direct the film.
Guy Busick revised Stephen Shields’ original script after it had been written.
“In the style of the Studio’s recent hits like The Invisible Man and Renfield, this untitled monster thriller puts a distinct perspective on legendary monster history and will represent a fresh, new direction for how to honor these great creatures,” Deadline writes in today’s article. Without regard to price, rating, or genre, Universal Monster movies are firmly rooted in the horror subgenre. They do not share a common, interconnected universe, allowing each movie to stand alone. This new approach is driven by the filmmakers, who are encouraged to construct the storylines and offer them to creative filmmakers with bold, fresh ideas for these characters.”
Do you want to know what’s happening with Scream 7? Although the third film in the new franchise hasn’t yet been revealed, we anticipate Ghostface will soon make another appearance.
When we learn more, stay tuned for more on everything Radio Silence.