Titled ‘The Cello’, the film relies on a narrative by Saudi poet-songwriter Turki Al-Sheikh, who goes by the pen identify Rozam
American author duo Carey and Chad Hayes, who’ve labored on horror movies like “The Conjuring” and “House of Wax”, are set to seek the advice of on the screenplay of director Vikram Bhatt’s subsequent characteristic film.
Titled “The Cello”, the horror film relies on a narrative by Saudi poet-songwriter Turki Al-Sheikh, who goes by the pen identify Rozam.
According to Carey and Chad Hayes, they’ve had a number of alternatives to work with one of the best creators in Hollywood after the huge success of the 2013 James Wan directorial “The Conjuring” and they’re now trying ahead to increasing “globally” with “The Cello”.
“Filmmaking is a collaborative course of, and to work with one of the best is an honour. We are enthusiastic about ‘The Cello’, as it not solely ‘performs’ as much as the whole lot we love about these sort of flicks, but in addition guarantees a mind-blowing story with scares that can chill even the bravest to the bone,” the brothers stated in an announcement.
The duo described Al-Sheikh and Bhatt as “extremely artistic and gifted people”, who attempt to make scary films with coronary heart and soul.
Bhatt, recognized for helming movies like “Raaz” and “1920”, stated he bonded with Al-Sheikh over their love for horror thrillers and determined to join palms for this venture.
“While Carey Hayes and Chad Hayes shall be consulting on the screenplay primarily based on a narrative written by Turki Al-Sheikh, I shall be directing it. We plan to shoot a giant portion of the film in Saudi Arabia. I’m notably excited to discover the virgin location of Al Ula,” the filmmaker stated.
Backed by Rozam, “The Cello” is slated to be launched later this 12 months.