The 'Insidious' and 'The Conjuring' filmmaker is on board as executive producer and directs the pilot.
"The key here is to try and do it right."
More than enough tension and scares for the everyday horror cinephile to enjoy.
James Wan can't seem to put a foot wrong.
From short film to Hollywood success and franchise building.
COMPETITION CLOSED: Lights Out will hit Aussie cinemas on July 21.
CBS has scrapped their first pilot, and placed Wan at the helm of the second stab.
Following in the footsteps of 'Annabelle.'
The always-busy Wan is set to produce an adaptation of a comic he co-created.
Slightly weaker than its predecessor, but still a solid entry for the genre.
Wan's first foray into the superhero genre could have been with the speedster instead.
More marketing goes the VR route.
Meet some of the real-life individuals claiming to have been assaulted by true evil.