Warner Bros. is getting Haunted, buying Eric Kripke‘s spec script and setting up the project with Greg Berlanti through Berlanti Prods. and Kevin McCormick via his Langley Park banner, reports Variety.
Kripke, creator/exec producer of the CW drama “Supernatural,” will also direct Haunted, which is a haunted house tale told from the point of view of the ghost.
His other credits include the horrid The Boogeyman. Before “Supernatural” began airing in 2005, Kripke was known for his short films, which included Sundance entry “Battle of the Sexes,” as well as “Truly Committed,” which won the audience award at Slamdance. A total of 126 episodes of “Supernatural” have aired, several directed by Kripke.
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