Mark Neveldine to Record the Vatican Tapes
Holy hell, the last time we talked about The Vatican Tapes was 2009, and back then it had James Marsh (Man on a Wire) set to direct the latest flick detailing what happens when an exorcism goes wrong. Time has passed, and things have changed.
Variety is reporting that Lakeshore Entertainment has set Mark Neveldine to direct the thriller The Vatican Tapes, marking the filmmaker's first solo gig apart from his usual directing partner, Brian Taylor.
The story centers on a series of events that unfold after a tape gets leaked from the Vatican displaying an exorcism that goes wrong. Chris Borrelli wrote the screenplay based on a story by Borrelli and Chris Morgan.
Look for more soon, and to add a little disturbing to your day -- watch the video below, which is an account of the basis for The Exorcism of Emily Rose, the real life exorcism of Anneliese Michel. Don't blame us if you don't sleep tonight.
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