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Joel Schumacher is out, and MACHINIST director Brad Anderson is in on this serial killer thriller.
Variety reports that Anderson has come on to replace the BLOOD CREEK and LOST BOYS filmmaker on the Troika Pictures' production. Rich D'Ovidio (THIR13EN GHOSTS, the DMX classic EXIT WOUNDS) penned the tale of a 911 operator's attempts to save a teenage girl from a serial killer, while "facing her own fears."
It's noted the film is set against the backdrop of the 911 call center, so this could be a tense tale with the talents of Anderson on hand. The director said, "I'm extremely excited about working with Troika on THE HIVE. This script has two elements I always look for in a thriller -- strong, believable female characters and a smart, very dark and very creepy story that will definitely resonate with large audiences."
THE HIVE gets underway this Spring.
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