Lindsey Beer’s profession continues to develop, and he or she’s now organising her subsequent writing/directing job. Paramount, for which she simply made the Pet Sematary prequel, has her engaged on a brand new tackle Sleepy Hole aimed toward cinemas.
The story concerning the headless horseman who terrorizes a small city and its latest resident, Ichabod Crane, was initially written by Washington Irving in 1820. It has spawned many variations, together with the 1949 Disney animated film and the 2010s Fox TV collection, although by far the perfect recognized model is Paramount’s personal 1999 cinematic take, directed by Tim Burton and starring Johnny Depp as Crane.
How Beer intends to sort out the story is unknown for now. Together with the Pet Sematary movie (which is now in post-production), Beer has labored on quite a lot of tasks, together with a brand new Bambi for Disney and the most recent Star Trek film. She’s additionally overseeing Netflix’s adaptation of Mark Millar’s The Magic Order.