Video Nasty: Seth Rogen all set to produce this horror!
Seth Rogan is producing horror movie ‘Video Nasty’ for Lionsgate. Chris Thomas Devlin writes the film, and it revolves around three teenagers. This group of teens rent a cursed VHS and is pulled into an ‘80s slasher movie that threatens to trap them forever. Sources speculate that Jonathan Levine will direct the film. The producers of the movie apart from Rogen’s Point Grey is Greg Silverman’s Stampede Ventures.
As mentioned earlier, the plot of Video Nasty is set around a group of three teenagers. These naïve teens rent a cursed VHS without any knowledge of what the future holds for them. Fate pulls them into an ‘80s slasher movie, and it threatens them to trap for an eternity.
Levine’s best work
Levine has not made a final deal yet, but he aims to direct this horror project and produce it along with his partner Gillian Bohrer. Levine has directed some gems like “Long Shot,” “Snatched” and “The Night Before,” represented by CAA and Genow, Schenkman, Smelkinson & Christopher. Also, Jonathan Levine has worked with Rogen on 2019’s rom-com Long Shot.
Anything on the cast of “Video Nasty”?
No confirmations on the cast are out yet. Rogen and Goldberg started the joint venture, “Point Grey” in 2011. Since then the banner has given some memorable films including, “50/50,” “Blockers,” the two “Neighbors” movies, the raunchy animated hit “Sausage Party,” “Long Shot,” “Good Boys” and “An American Pickle.”
After leaving Warner Bros., Silverman formed “Stampede Ventures” in 2017. He was the president of creative development and worldwide production. Stampede’s comedy-drama “Pink Skies Ahead” featured last month at the AFI Fest. Berg is best known for his DC works like “Doctor Sleep”, “Justice League”, “Wonder Woman”, and “Aquaman.”
Devlin is the write of “Cobweb” for Vertigo, Lionsgate and Point Grey, which is currently in production. Other works include “Texas Chainsaw Massacare” reboot. “50/50,” “Blockers,” the two “Neighbors” movies, the raunchy animated hit “Sausage Party,” “Long Shot,” “Good Boys” and “An American Pickle.”