Barbarian screenwriter and director is already working on a new horror film
Barbarian writer-director Zach Cregger provides a script progress update for his next film, which will also be in the horror genre.
barbarian Director Zach Cregger has released a progress update on his next horror film. barbarian was a surprise hit in the post-summer season when it ranked #1 on its inaugural weekend last September. The film follows a young woman named Tess (Georgina Campbell) whose airbnb accidentally double-booked with Keith (Bill Skarsgård). As she tries to determine if Keith is telling the truth about his intentions, she discovers that the house has its own dark secrets.
Lately, ComingSoon.net sat down with Cregger to discuss success barbarian and his plans for the future. The writer-director is currently working on the script for an untitled horror project and shared the latest updates on its progress. He is currently hiding in a suitable setting – a secluded cabin in the woods – and is making good progress, which has him.feel very positive.” Read his full quote below:
I now live with a friend on the east coast in a remote cabin and write [my untitled horror film] and it comes with. I’m not there yet, but I’m making a lot more progress than… I don’t know where you heard me say that, but every day is getting better and better. So yeah I’m awesome. Very positive feeling.
Why Zach Cregger’s comedy background makes him perfect for horror movies like Barbarian
Although the twists and turns barbarian proved he could terrify audiences around the world, many were surprised to learn that Cregger largely comes from a comedy background. before barbarianhis most famous work was as a cast member in the sketch comedy series The whitest kids you knowwhich aired on IFC from 2007 to 2011. Most of his previous directing credits have also been on comedy television, although he made his feature film debut as a co-director on comedy in 2009 Miss Marchstarring himself and co-director Trevor Moore.
While that may seem surprising, comedy is surprisingly fertile ground for horror filmmakers Go out Author Jordan Peele proved that when he took the stage in 2017 after starring in his own sketch show Key & Peele. Both genres rely on the careful timing and construction of gags to elicit a physical response from the audience. Whether it’s a laugh or a scream, the response requires a similar sensitivity to the right rhythms of a scene.
fans of barbarian will surely be pleased to learn that Cregger has decided to stay in the realm of the horror genre for now. Though more details about the film he’s writing are still top secret, hopefully this second horror film will be just as surprising and invigorating as the first. If he continues to use the skills he’s honed in his comedy career to amplify the horror while bringing plenty of comic relief to characters like Justin Long’s sinister AJ Gilbride, he’s destined for continued success.
More: What Barbarian’s gnarliest scene really is (and why)Source: ComingSoon.net
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