Eubank, who last directed the Kristen Stewart thriller Underwater, is attached to direct, while Landon, a paranormal stalwart who wrote four of the previous films before becoming his own hit horror director, The script is being produced by Paramount Players, who are producing the script for the script, described by insiders as an “unexpected retooling” of the franchise.
Blumhouse’s Jason Blum and Oren Pelley are producers, while Steven Schneider is back as executive producer. Landon will also execute production. Created by Pelley, who wrote, directed, and shot the initial installment, Paranormal is a horror film series that, mostly in the outing, focuses on a family terrorized by a demon.
The films capitalized on the increasing use of video and cell phone cameras to convey great effects to spooky and jump-scarred stories. Made on a micro-budget, the films were massive money-makers, the former of which was considered one of the most profitable films.
Plot details for the new outing are being placed behind the lens, but it is known that this found footage will continue for the device. The new paranormal has a release date of March 4, 2022. Before helming Underwater, Eubank made noise with his breakthrough film, The Signal, a sci-fi thriller starring Lawrence Fishburne, Olivia Cook, Brenton Thwaites.
The film premiered at Sundance and was picked up by Focus. His first feature, Love, was commissioned by the alternative rock band, Angels and Airwaves. Landon, who often works with Blum, is showing the bloody good performance of Freaky, a body-swapping horror comedy starring Vicky Vaughn and Catherine Newton. Eubank is retaken by CAA and Anonymous Content while Landon is retaken by WME, Mosaic, and Bloom Hergot.