Return to Silent Hill, the film adaptation of Silent Hill 2, is now available. Filming will begin next month.
Return To Silent Hill is getting a makeover, according to Deadline. The film will be shot in Germany and Eastern Europe under the direction of Christophe Gans, who directed the original Silent Hill film. The screenplay is also written by Gans, in collaboration with Sandra Vo-Anh and William Josef Schneider.
The film will star Jeremy Irvine (War Horse) and Hannah Emily Anderson (Jigsaw). James (Irvine) is a man who is separated from his one true love, and when he returns to Silent Hill in search of her, he discovers a strange evil that has transformed his life. He begins to question his own sense of self as he navigates reality and endures long enough to save his lost love.
"Christophe and I have worked closely with Konami's development team to modify the video game to provide a modern version of Silent Hill for today's cinema audience," says producer Hadida. "You'll still find the iconic monsters, but there will also be new designs."
The fate of whether or not the new film will be released first by the Bloober Team or the remake of Silent Hill 2.
Return to Silent Hill (Movie) - Teaser trailer for the new film adaptation
Christophe Gans, the well-known horror film director and producer known for his work on Beauty and the Beast (2014) and the original film Silent Hill (2006), will direct a new film adaptation titled "Return to Silent Hill," as instructed.