A series of films based on stories and concepts by M. Night Shyamalan, written and directed by others.
The first film in the Night Chronicles series; Devil, has been picked up for distribution by Universal Pictures and set for release on Febraury 11, 2011. The film went into production late last year in Toronto after a long wait for Pennsylvania legislature to pass a tax credit for local film productions. It is directed by John Erick Dowdle (Quarintine), penned by Brian Nelson (Hard Candy), produced by M. Night Shyamalan and Sam Mercer, and stars Chris Messina (Julie & Julia). The first in a series of 3 films being produced in partnership with Media Rights Capital, Devil is a film about a group of people who are trapped in a elevator, one of which is the devil itself. So go ahead and mark your 2011 calanders, Devil hits theaters February 11th! […]
Logan Marshall-Green, Jenny O’Hara, Jacob Vargas and Matt Craven are to dance with John Dowdle’s “Devil” movie shoot in Toronto, part of M. Night Shyamalan’s three-film slate with Media Rights Capital. Also rounding out the […]
Universal Pictures has set Chris Messina to star in “Devil,” a horror-thriller based on an M. Night Shyamalan story that will be directed by John Erick Dowdle and Drew Dowdle (“Quarantine”).
M. Night Shyamalan is renowned for shooting his films in (and around) the Philadelphia area. Since Wide Awake, the filmmaker has filmed each of his movies around the city of brotherly love — bringing in […]
Some more news about The Night Chronicles surfaces: M. Night Shyamalan and Media Rights Capital have formalized the first project in their three-picture deal to hatch fright films. They’ve set Brian Nelson (“30 Days of […]
A couple months ago we announced that M. Night Shyamalan would be producing a series of thrillers over the next three years. The series, titled Night Chronicles, is a joint-venture between M. Night Shyamalan and […]
M. Night Shyamalan and Media Rights Capital recently formed the Night Chronicles, a new production/financing partnership planned to release one film per year for three years.