The director of one of last year's 3D horror adventures will be filming in 3D once more, only this time in the water. Deadline New York is reporting that director David R. Ellis will be helming Shark Night 3D for his next film project.
The script was written by Jesse Studenberg and Will Hayes and while plot details weren't given, it was said that the filmmakers hope this film becomes the Jaws for a new generation.
The site reports that the film will start shooting this summer in Louisiana with a $28 million budget. Ellis will shoot the film in 3D the same way he shot his last film, The Final Destination. It was also said that Walt Conti, who created the animatronic creatures for Ellis's Snakes on a Plane and Deep Blue Sea, which Ellis worked on as second unit director, will create the animatronic sharks for this film.