Paranormal Activity, one of the iconic series of horror cinema, is preparing to appear once again with its seventh ring. Paranormal Activity 7, whose vision date has been postponed due to the outbreak, will be managed by Will Eubank.
Blumhouse Production’s Paranormal Activity was widely acclaimed for its first film in 2007. Inspired by the legend of the Blair Witch, the production was about a family who recorded their supernatural events with security cameras that they placed in their home.
To date, we have seen a total of six films in the Paranormal Activity universe. Four of them belonged to the main series. The remaining two appeared as spin-offs (The Marked Ones and The Ghost Dimension).
Paramount Pictures and Blumhouse Production announced in June 2019 that they had signed on to the film Paranormal Activity 7. The originally announced release date for the film is March 9, 2021. However, the outbreak of coronavirus caused the film to be postponed until a while.
The director wanted for Paranormal Activity 7 has finally been found, The Hollywood Reporter (THR) reported. The seventh inseding of the cult horror series will be the signature of William Eubank, director of the 2020 film Underwater.
No details of the plot have yet been released, but it is said that the film will be handled differently. In the producer’s chair will be Oren Peli, creator of the iconic universe, Blumhouse founder Jason Blum and Steven Schneider. The screenplay will come from the pen of Christopher Landon, whose signature is under the four films in the series.
Paranormal Activity 7 will meet viewers on March 4, 2022.