‘Until Dawn’ Getting Film Adaptation from David F. Sandberg, Gary Dauberman

‘Until Dawn’ is getting a film adaptation from director David F. Sandberg and writer Gary Dauberman.
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Until Dawn is heading to the big screen.

The Hollywood Reporter announced on Wednesday that the video game will be adapted for the big screen by horror duo David F. Sandberg and Gary Dauberman. The film, based on the popular PlayStation game of the same name, is being produced by Sony’s Screen Gems and PlayStation Productions. This is a reunion for Sandberg and Dauberman, who have previously teamed together for Annabelle: Creations.

The first take on the script was penned by Blair Butler, who wrote the vampire flick, The Invitation for Sony. Dauberman is expected to do a pass on the screenplay; he, of course, signed an overall deal with Screen Gems last year, and will also produce the Until Dawn adaptation via his Coin Operated banner.

Until Dawn was first released in 2015. It is an interactive horror game that allows players to choose their own path. The game centers on eight friends who come together at a remote mountain retreat. During their stay, the friends will be forced to endure a mysterious killer and cannibalistic wendigos, among other things. The game featured an impressive cast including Hayden Panettiere, Rami Malek, Brett Dalton, and Jordan Fisher.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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