Christopher Columbus has lined up his next project. According to a report at Deadline, the director is next set to tackle a remake of the Korean film Hello Ghost.
The original film, which just saw release last December, arrived from writer/director Kim Young-Tak and told the story of a young man whose failed suicide attempt gives him the power to see ghosts. Rediscovering his love for life and falling for a nurse, the man realizes that the only way to rid himself of four ghosts is to help each of them achieve their final wish.
Columbus is best known for directing Home Alone and the first two Harry Potter films. Most recently, Columbus was behind the camera for 2009’s I Love You, Beth Cooper and 2010’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief.