On the heels of a massive opening weekend, The Last Exorcism director Daniel Stamm revealed to press in London that his next flick might be Twelve Strangers, the second of M. Night Shyamalan’s “Night Chronicles” trilogy (the first being Devil, in theaters September 17). “My next project is a supernatural thriller and it’s not going to be shot in documentary style,” he tells press. “One of my favourite filmmakers in the world, whose a legend, is producing it,” he continues adding that it’s “an idea of his that another writer is writing and I’m going to direct. It has a twist in the ending, without giving away who it is.” Chris Sparling is penning the thriller that involves a jury deliberating a case involving the supernatural.
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