Following the report that Mark Romanek has quit from the Universal Pictures' "The Wolfman", rumors are surfacing that the studio already has two strong candidates to replace the director. According to AICN.com, the studio are thinking to bring in either Breck Eisner or Matt Reeves to the project.
Eisner last worked with Matthew McConaughey on Paramount Pictures' action film "Sahara" in 2005. He is currently working for a horror sci-fi "Creature from the Black Lagoon" for Universal. Meanwhile, Matt Reeves' latest projects include J.J. Abrams produced-monster film "Cloverfield". It was said that he will next tackle "Cloverfield 2" and "The Invisible Woman".
"Wolfman" is a horror thriller staring Benicio Del Toro, Anthony Hopkins and Emily Blunt. It will be produced by Scott Stuber, Rick Yorn, Mary Parent, Andrew Z. Davis and Del Toro. It is expected to be released on February 13, 2009.