Known for his works in horror/thriller genre, James Wong is set to once again generate tension among the moviegoers. The Hong Kong-born filmmaker has been assigned to do double jobs of rewriting and directing "The Watch", a horror picture set during WW II.
No cast members attached yet, but it is confirmed that "Friends" star Matt LeBlanc and his partner John Goldstone will seat as producers via their Fort Hill Productions. As for the premise, the picture will follow a team of soldiers as they embark on a mission that can help end World War II and battle a supernatural force.
Also a TV and film producer, Wong first commenced his path in entertainment industry as an assistant to Sandy Howard before becoming "The X-Files" staff writer with his longtime writing partner Glen Morgan. His latest directorial work, "Final Destination 3", so far has grossed over $54 million in U.S only.