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Why Summon a Ghost When You Can Create One?

Neal Marshall Stevens has been hired to adapt, with an eye toward directing, Superstition, the supernatural thriller by novelist David Ambrose, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Radar Pictures is producing the project, which will fall under its joint venture with Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes. Alex Sokoloff and Kimball Greenough did an earlier draft of “Superstition,” which follows a group of college students whose psychology experiment goes wrong and creates a ghost. Stevens’ recent work includes “Molly’s World” and Warner Bros. Pictures’ “Thirteen Ghosts.”

Source: Hollywood Reporter