The sci-fi filmmaker Joseph Kosinski is in on-going discussions with Warner Bros. to entering “The Twilight Zone”. Variety.com confirms Kosinski (best known for “Oblivion”) will be the helmer of the project that has been dragging for a number of years since Matt Reeves (best known for “Cloverfield” and “Let Me In”) signed on way back in October of 2011. Reeves eventually moved on to the upcoming “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.”
Leonardo DiCaprio is producing via his production company, Appian Way. There is no update regarding the plot or, whether it will be a new story or an update of one of the series’ classics.
“The Twilight Zone” series was introduced in 1959 by Rod Serling and spent five successful years as one of the scariest programs on television back in the day. The series was a good blend of science fiction, horror and mystery.
In 1983 a movie remake was released of the popular series, marking three classic episodes of the original series as the flagship which includes one original story. The film was produced by Steven Spielberg and John Landis.
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