As inevitable as the tide, the sharks are back.
The Red Triangle–one more in a series (collect ’em all) of shark thrillers–is swimming around from Allen Media Group Motion Pictures, according to a report on Deadline.
Johannes Roberts–the filmmaker behind 2017’s 47 Meters Down and its 2019 sequel–will write and direct this finny pic, which has not yet unveiled details on casting, production schedules or a release window.
The Red Triangle draws its title from a stretch of ocean in Northern California with a bloody reputation. The triangle–which includes 200 miles of coastline–is the site of almost half of all recorded great white shark attacks in the U.S.
In the film, when a cruise ship–fully stocked with thousands of vacationers–begins to sink in The Red Triangle, “the feeding frenzy begins,” according to the brief logline.
James Harris and Mark Lane are producing the feature, with Byron Allen, Carolyn Folks, Jennifer Lucas, Chris Charalambous and Matthew Signer serving as executive producers.
Roberts’ original 47 Meters Down–starring Matthew Modine and Mandy Moore–took in more than $62 million worldwide, and its sequel–47 Meters Down: Uncaged–earned $47 million globally.
Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on The Red Triangle.