While at the after party for The Last House on the Left remake, arriving in theaters March 13 from Rogue Pictures, we caught up with Producer Wes Craven who revealed to us one of his next projects that he’s developing with director Dennis Iliadis. Read on for the skinny.
During an interview with Craven he explains that The Last House on the Left director Dennis Iliadis is currently penning a screenplay for a film entitled Before the Fall.
“I would work with Dennis [Iliadis] again in a heartbeat,” Craven says proudly after the positive buzz surrounding the remake of his brutal 1972 movie The Last House on the Left. “We’re talking to him about doing some projects. Theres a film that he’s very intrigued by called Before the Fall, [it’s] a Spanish film.” He continues, “It’s definitely a genre film, the world’s ending and there are astroids coming through the atmosphere and people are starting to riot in the cities. It takes place in Spain.”
He explains that they still need to find a home for the project. “We’ll take it to Relativity and see if they want to do it, if not we are allowed to take it other places.”
Here’s the synopsis for the 2008 film directed by F. Javier Gutiérrez:
What would you do if the world was going to end in 72 hours? A giant meteorite is about to collide with Earth. The planet is gripped by despair and chaos. The inhabitants of the little town of Laguna listen to the news in terror.
Ale decides to spend his last days shut away, getting drunk and listening to music.
But his plans change when he is forced to protect his brother’s children when Lucio, an ambiguous, disturbing stranger, appears.
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