Gary Dauberman Bringing The Horror To Screen Gems, Sony

by Thomas Tuna

There’s a new focus on horror.

Gary Dauberman–a force behind the cameras in the horror genre for years now–has been signed by Screen Gems and Sony Pictures to a first-look deal for horror feature films, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

No specifics on the deal have yet been revealed, but fans can likely look forward to Dauberman writing and/or directing horror features for the studios in the near future.

Dauberman has already written the screenplay for the two-part adaptation of Stephen King’s It, three entries in the Annabelle series and The Nun. He also made his directorial debut with Annabelle Comes Home, and has served as a producer for the DC Comics streaming series Swamp Thing.

In Dauberman’s creative pipeline right now are an adaptation of King’s Salem Lot (which he wrote and directed) and a live-action version of the 1980s animated Gargoyles series.

Keep reading Horror News Network for updates on Dauberman’s upcoming horror projects.


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