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James Wan, New Line And WB Are Looking For The Next Great Horror Director With “Night Vision” Competition

October 2, 2018

Who better to help find the next modern day master of horror than James Wan, who has been terrifying us with horror gold ever since he debuted on the scene with Saw. The man behind the Insidious and Conjuring films, as well as the upcoming Aquaman, is now teaming with New Line and Warner Bros. for a competition series to find the next, well, James Wan!

Announced by THR this morning, “Night Vision” will consist of 13 episodes. “For the series, 13 filmmakers will be chosen by a panel of leading horror directors, producers, writers and executives, and presented with the challenge of creating the best, scariest short films possible. The winner will receive a once-in-a-lifetime development deal with New Line, often referred to as the House that Freddy Built, in reference to the A Nightmare on Elm Street horror franchise that launched the company into prominence years ago.”

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