Matt Reeves to Helm New 'Twilight Zone' Movie

Despite speculation a few weeks ago that Christopher Nolan had the inside track in directing the new Twilight Zone movie, Cloverfield director Matt Reeves has landed the gig.

Reeves, who most recently directed a remake of the critically acclaimed Swedish horror film Let the Right One In (his version being Let Me In) received rave reviews from the few people who went out and saw it.
Unlike the 1983 version that featured four segments directed by four famous directors (Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante, John Landis and George Miller), this new version will focus on one story told in the original classic sci-fi horror series.
Warner Bros. is said to be hoping to move into production as early as next summer, though no principle cast or plot has been established.
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