The Night Comes For Us chief Timo Tjahjanto is in converses with rudder the revamp of the South Korean zombie film.
The enormously fruitful South Korean zombie spine chiller Train to Busan is getting a US redo. As detailed by Deadline, Indonesian movie producer Timo Tjahjanto is in converses with direct it.
The Train to Busan revamp will be delivered by New Line Cinema, which is essential for WarnerMedia. Tjahjanto is in dealings to coordinate, with James Wan delivering and Gary Dauberman on board to compose the screenplay. The film doesn’t have a delivery date yet.
Tjahjanto is most popular for his merciless 2018 Netflix hand to hand fighting film The Night Comes For Us and the thrillers May the Devil Take You and its continuation May the Devil Take You Too, which was as of late delivered by Shudder. Dauberman has recently composed all the Annabelle films in Wan’s Conjuring universe, just as It and It: Chapter Two.
Train to Busan was coordinated by Yeon Sang-ho and delivered in 2016. The film was set on a high velocity train during a zombie flare-up and zeroed in on a gathering of travelers who should cooperate to endure. It was the most elevated earning film of 2016 in South Korea, and as of now remains as the fourteenth best South Korean film ever.
An enlivened prequel named Seoul Station was delivered in 2017, and the surprisingly realistic spin-off Peninsula showed up last year. For additional, look at GameSpot’s manual for the most stunning scenes in Train to Busan.