Rogue Pictures has brought on screenwriter Bryan Bertino to make his directorial debut on Strangers, according to Variety. The film was originally to be released from the genre label's parent studio, Universal, which acquired the screenplay in 2004. Strangers eventually moved over to Universal's Focus Features before moving once again to Rogue's development slate.

Bertino's screenplay centers on three mysterious strangers who terrorize a young couple in a remote house after they return from a wedding.

Project was originally housed at the genre label's parent studio, Universal, which snapped up the screenplay in 2004. Strangers subsequently moved over to Focus before landing on Rogue's development slate.

No start date has been set at this time.