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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP19 Feb 2021 3:36 p.m. PST

… for Us' Director Timo Tjahjanto

"And now, some very exciting news for anyone who takes their films bloody. Deadline reports that the Train to Busan remake James Wan is producing for New Line has landed on a director, Timo Tjahjanto. The script for the updated zombie apocalypse thriller is being written by The Nun scribe Gary Dauberman.

The world needs another remake like you need a zombie bite to the face, but if we have to take another Train to Busan, holy crap, what a choice. Tjahjanto recently directed The Night Comes for Us over at Netflix, a criminally underseen action-thriller starring The Raid duo Iko Uwais and Joe Taslim. It also happens to feature some of the wildest, most brutal action of, easily, the last five years and arguably of the decade. Tjahjanto has horror chops, too, contributing the cult-y "Safe Haven" segment to anthology V/H/S 2 and writing/directing the demonic duo May the Devil Take You and May the Devil Take You Too…"
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