It’s not much of a hint, but M. Night Shyamalan was never one to say too much too soon.
The next genre feature for the acclaimed filmmaker–Trap–was announced earlier this year, but nothing has been revealed about the film since then. Until this week.
The film–reportedly part of Shyamalan’s multi-year first-look directing and producing arrangement with Warner Bros.–was slated for an Aug. 2, 2024 theatrical release, but stay tuned for any changes in that area.
But, until then, fans can speculate about what the director meant when he teased that the movie will be a “psychological thriller set at a concert,” according to a report on Deadline. As is his wont, Shyamalan revealed nothing else about the project. Just another mystery.
The agreement that Shyamalan and his production company–Blinding Edge Pictures–has with Warner Bros. reportedly will have the Oscar nominee develop original projects that he will produce and/or direct for WBPG production divisions Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema.
Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on Trap.