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‘Extinction’ Described As ‘Cloverfield’ Meets ‘The Sixth Sense’

Good Universe has pre-emptively picked up Extinction, described as a contained sci-fi thriller written by Spenser Cohen, reports THR.

Plot details are being kept under wraps although insiders have compared it to The Sixth Sense and Cloverfield! Woh, please, yes!

David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman of Mandeville are producing. Newly installed Mandeville new senior vp Alexander Young and Spenser’s collaborator Anna Halberg will serve in producing capacities.

Mandeville was behind the critically-acclaimed zombie romance movie Warm Bodies, which grossed more than $116 million worldwide.



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  • djblack1313

    so the monster/creature (we find out at the end) is really a ghost? 🙂

  • MaryMaria

    I love both of those movies, but what a weird description… Maybe only one person can see monsters everywhere? That might be neat?

    • djblack1313

      MaryMaria, that WOULD be kinda cool!

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