The Hollywood Reporter
Another remake of a foreign horror flick is planned for American audiences who are too lazy to deal with subtitles, and we’ve got every single detail you need to know about it right here!
According to The Hollywood Reporter Gold Circle Films has hired Marko King, Mary King and Jonathan Watters, the scribe trio who helped write the Halle Berry drama Frankie & Alice, to write the American remake of Taiwanese supernatural thriller Silk.
The 2006 film was a yarn about scientists who capture the ghost of a child in an apartment and the detective charged with discovering clues to the ghost’s identity and demise.
Gold Circle is re-conceiving the film and is departing from the original’s plot. Although they’re keeping the new story under wraps, the project is being described as “Michael Crichton meets The Sixth Sense.”
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