Tsui Hark, the Hong Kong-based helmer of Seven Swords, is to direct Eye 3, the third installment of the Chinese-language horror franchise, which has already given rise to two English-language remakes.
According to Variety, the new film sees a woman whose photographer husband is killed in a mysterious diving accident haunted by images of things she has never seen.
Filming begins this winter. Casting details are not finalized.
The first Eye remake is in the works through Cruise/Wagner and Lionsgate. The second is in development at New Line/Gold Circle. The first two Chinese films were directed by brothers Danny and Oxide Pang.