It's one of first H'w'd pics to film after quake
“Haunted Temple” is heading for production this fall in Japan, one of the first Hollywood-based features to shoot there after the March earthquake and tsunami.
Industrial Entertainment’s Eric Bassett, Macari/Edelstein Filmed Entertainment producers Mike Macari and Neal Edelstein, and Japanese producer Shinya Egawa are producing, with J.T. Petty directing.
Industrial Entertainment is selling rights at Cannes.
“Haunted Temple” is a Japanese-style horror feature reminiscent of “The Ring” and “The Grudge.” Producers are keeping details about the script under wraps.
Industrial recently released Werner Herzog’s “My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done” and “Repo Chick.” Macari/Edelstein produced the U.S. remake of the “The Ring,” “The Ring 2” and “Shelter.”