Yet another Chuck Pahlaniuk book is set for the big screen treatment. According to Variety, New School Media has optioned the rights to Pahlaniuk's 2005 novel, Haunted.

New School Media, a brand new company formed by former literary agent Brian Levy, has set Koen Mortier to adapt the novel and direct. The option was the first acquisition by New School.

The novel centers on a group of writers who gather for a writers retreat, only to be locked in a dungy old theater and as the characters start to die off, the survivors all vie to be the last one standing.

Pahlaniuk's novels Fight Club and Choke have been adapted into movies and two more, Invisible Monsters and Survivor are currently in development.

No production schedule was announced for the film.