"Silent Hill" screenwriter Roger Avary told ShockTillYouDrop.com that he would not back for "Silent Hill 2" if helmer Christophe Gans does not return as the director.
The second installment of "Silent Hill" film series could possibly face major change in its behind-the-scene crew lineup as scribe Roger Avary, who penned the screenplay for the first part, recently indicated his tendency to not reprise his role in the sequel.
Holding an interview with ShockTillYouDrop.com, the Canadian filmmaker clearly pointed out that he would not return to do "Silent Hill 2" should helmer Christophe Gans refuses to take the director's chair for the second time.
"I'm not gonna do Silent Hill 2," he stated with a pause before continuing, "If Christophe's not gonna do it, I'm not..."
The follow-up to last year's horror thriller "Silent Hill", "Silent Hill 2" was first announced by Gans who also stated that Samuel Hadida and Sony Pictures' subsidiary TriStar Pictures and DreamWorks SKG are attached as producer and distributor, respectively. While the film's story still remains in question, it has been said that the flick will retain the visual look of its predecessor.