After successfully directing the DC film, he said: ‘Shazam! Director David F. Sandberg returned to the Elnegale cult horror genre called The Culling. The filmmaker has directed films such as ‘Don’t Turn the Light On’ (2016) and ‘Annabelle: Creation’ (2017).
Sandberg And Lotta Losten Produce A film
The film, written by Stephen Herman, follows the story of a troubled priest, who sits in an isolated cabinet in the middle of the woods and tries to secure one last place against the demon who defeated his family. He was a boy. The film will be produced for charity by Chris Bender and Jake Weiner, using the brand new Mongta by Sandberg and his wife, Laura Lawton. For his part, Scott Stoops will be the executive, managing Aaron Janus of Liongate project along with Aaron Edmonds. Sandberg and Lotta Losten can produce through the newly installed Mongta production banner and distribute to Langhe. The film was written by up-and-coming writer Stephen Harman.
“Stephen Herman likes the script and the way the demons work,” Sandberg said on Twitter. He said: “Shazam 2 is the next thing I am leading (waiting for the existence of the world).” This means that if Shazam 2 broadcasts Shazam 2, or if it supports the entire Shazam 2, then “Culling” if so, I’m not quite sure. So far, Shazam 2 has set a release date for 2022.
I love Sandberg, and I think it continues with an awesome style. Shazam 2 has been a great blockbuster but has the time to make horror short films. Short horror machines helped Sandberg go into the biz, as his small light expanded into New Line Cinema as a feature.