Radio Silence Re-Teaming With Ready or Not Scribes for MGM’s Reunion


Radio Silence Re-Teaming With Ready or Not Scribes for MGM's Reunion

Radio Silence Re-Teaming With Ready or Not Scribes for MGM’s Reunion

Coming on the heels of wrapping production on the highly-anticipated fifth installment in the Scream franchise, filmmaking trio Radio Silence have already found their next project in the MGM high school horror pic Reunion, which will see them reunite with the scribes of their hit horror-comedy Ready or Not, according to Deadline.

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Penned by Guy Busick on a story developed by he and R. Christopher Murray, the movie will see the horrific experience of high school reunions elevated to a new level as a group of uninspired old friends become their graduating class’ only hope for survival against an evil shape-shifting creature.

In addition to direction, Radio Silence trio Matt Bettinelli-Olpin, Tyler Gillett and Chad Villela will produce the project alongside Project X Entertainment’s William Sherak, James Vanderbilt and Paul Neinstein, with whom they collaborated on Scream, and Vinson Films’ Tripp Vinson, who was attached to Ready or Not, while Vinson Films’ Tara Farney is set to executive produce.

Following the smash hit success of Ready or Not, which grossed over $57 million on its $6 million budget and garnered rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, Radio Silence reunited with Busick for the surprise fifth installment in the Scream series that will see franchise vets Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox and David Arquette leading a cast mixed of old and new stars including Marley Shelton, Jack Quaid, Jenna Ortega and more, which Busick co-wrote with Vanderbilt and is currently slated for a January 14, 2022 release.

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Radio Silence’s other film credits include helming segments of the hit horror anthologies Southbound and V/H/S, as well as the found footage flop Devil’s Due.

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