Bloody Disgusting got exclusive confirmation today that Julian Jarrold will be directing The Commuter for Gold Circle Films.
Byron Willinger and Phil de Blasi penned the screenplay that plays out like so: “On a day like any other, an ex-cop boards his routine New York City train, where he receives a call from a mysterious voice telling him he must discover an unknown person before the train reaches its final stop. His one clue? The name “Devlin”.”
Gold Circle’s Paul Brooks, Scott Niemeyer and Guy Danella, with Anonymous Content’s Jeff Okin will be producing the action/thriller with casting underway.
Jarrold directed the popular Red Riding: In the Year of Our Lord 1974 starring Andrew Garfield, Rebecca Hall and Sean Bean.
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