Director Lee Cronin has been behind the camera on the upcoming New Line movie evil dead riseand he is reuniting with the studio for an original horror feature called melting According to The Hollywood Reporter.
The upcoming film will be written by Cronin, who is set to rewrite the current draft of the film. The report states that Van Toffler and David Gale of Gunpowder & Sky, as well as Adam Goldworm of Aperture, are set to produce the feature. melting It was initially written by Jeremy Passmore, who developed the project as an original spec script.
According to the report, melting It is set “after years of melting of the polar ice caps and rising sea levels”. The film will then focus on “a group of survivors at sea searching for a new home. Their prayers are answered by the discovery of a habitable city, that is, until they encounter a new nightmare living just below the surface of the water.”
before the next evil dead riseCronin also wrote and directed the 2019 supernatural horror film The hole in the ground, which starred Sienna Kerslake, James Cosmo, Simon Kirby, Steve Wall, and James Quinn’s Markie. Prior to that, Cronin directed a handful of short films, including the 2014 award-winning short ghost train.