J.J. Abrams is teaming up with Paramount Pictures once more to produce an untitled supernatural thriller with Joshua Marston to both write and direct.
Well, seems the relationship between J.J. Abrams and Paramount Pictures is running rather smoothly this year for the two are again joining forces to work on a new project together.
Variety has come up with report informing Paramount is set to make an untitled supernatural thriller that Abrams' Bad Robot will produce. Pic will likely to be the next big screen project for the twosome after "Star Trek", which is slated to begin filming November 5 this year, and the secretive "1-18-08."
As for the story, plot details are currently being kept under wraps, as is usual with Abrams, but it is learned that Joshua Marston has been appointed to both write and direct the flick. Marston, who pitched the project to Abrams, is known to have also assigned to carry out the same duties on indie drama "The Fortress of Solitude" based on Jonathan Lethem's novel of the same name.