Lakeshore Entertainment has set a July start of production in Los Angeles on the story of a 27-year-old woman whose erratic behavior invites attention from the Vatican only for the exorcists to conclude that an ancient satanic force is at work.
Screen Daily reports that rights have closed in Canada (eOne), Australia (eOne/Hopscotch), Germany (Universum), the Middle East (Jaguar Film International Distribution), Thailand (IPA Asia Pacific), Turkey (D Productions) and Latin America (Sun Distribution) on The Vatican Tapes, which is to be directed by Mark Neveldine, pictured.
The Vatican Tapes marks the third collaboration between Lakeshore and Neveldine after he wrote screenplays for Crank and Crank: High Voltage. His directing credits include and Gamer.
Lakeshore’s upcoming releases include I, Frankenstein.
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