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Exclusive – Thomas Jane No Longer Involved in Wet House; New Details!

Posted by Uncle Creepy on June 26, 2013

Exclusive - Thomas Jane No Longer Involved in Wet House; New Details!Just a quick follow-up to this morning's story of a new director taking the helm of what was to be Thomas Jane's Wet House. After the announcement came, we did some digging, made a few calls, and now have an update for you.

Jane is no longer involved with the project as the producers decided to go in a different direction by opting for a female lead for the film. Casting is currently under way. Stay tuned.

South African writer-director Mukunda Michael Dewil has signed on to helm Wet House for Zero Gravity Entertainment. The elevated psychological thriller from scribe Jack Reher revolves around a psychologist who becomes entangled with the mysterious resident of a wet house, whose apparent psychic abilities help her aid the police in solving a string of grisly, bath salt-fueled massacres.

“I like the idea that everything is layered with this atmosphere of unnamed trepidation — nothing can be trusted at face value, and that kind of foreboding really gives me a lot to work with when creating the world of this story,” Dewil said. Mark Holder and Christine Holder are producing and financing for Zero Gravity. The film will shoot this fall in South Africa as the first of three features Zero Gravity plans to shoot there.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient after an horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

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Exclusive – Thomas Jane No Longer Involved in Wet House; New Details!

Posted by Uncle Creepy on June 26, 2013

Exclusive - Thomas Jane No Longer Involved in Wet House; New Details!Just a quick follow-up to this morning's story of a new director taking the helm of what was to be Thomas Jane's Wet House. After the announcement came, we did some digging, made a few calls, and now have an update for you.

Jane is no longer involved with the project as the producers decided to go in a different direction by opting for a female lead for the film. Casting is currently under way. Stay tuned.

South African writer-director Mukunda Michael Dewil has signed on to helm Wet House for Zero Gravity Entertainment. The elevated psychological thriller from scribe Jack Reher revolves around a psychologist who becomes entangled with the mysterious resident of a wet house, whose apparent psychic abilities help her aid the police in solving a string of grisly, bath salt-fueled massacres.

“I like the idea that everything is layered with this atmosphere of unnamed trepidation — nothing can be trusted at face value, and that kind of foreboding really gives me a lot to work with when creating the world of this story,” Dewil said. Mark Holder and Christine Holder are producing and financing for Zero Gravity. The film will shoot this fall in South Africa as the first of three features Zero Gravity plans to shoot there.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient after an horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

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A New Director Checks in for the Wet House

Posted by Uncle Creepy on June 26, 2013

A New Director Checks in for the Wet HouseIt's been awhile since last we spoke about the upcoming flick Wet House, but today news broke of a new director taking the helm, which was originally supposed to belong to star Thomas Jane.

Deadline is reporting that South African writer-director Mukunda Michael Dewil has signed on to helm Wet House for Zero Gravity Entertainment. The elevated psychological thriller from scribe Jack Reher revolves around a psychologist who becomes entangled with the mysterious resident of a wet house, whose apparent psychic abilities help her aid the police in solving a string of grisly, bath salt-fueled massacres.

“I like the idea that everything is layered with this atmosphere of unnamed trepidation — nothing can be trusted at face value, and that kind of foreboding really gives me a lot to work with when creating the world of this story,” Dewil said. Mark Holder and Christine Holder are producing and financing for Zero Gravity. The film will shoot this fall in South Africa as the first of three features Zero Gravity plans to shoot there.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient after an horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

Wet House

Wet House

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A New Director Checks in for the Wet House

Posted by Uncle Creepy on June 26, 2013

A New Director Checks in for the Wet HouseIt's been awhile since last we spoke about the upcoming flick Wet House, but today news broke of a new director taking the helm, which was originally supposed to belong to star Thomas Jane.

Deadline is reporting that South African writer-director Mukunda Michael Dewil has signed on to helm Wet House for Zero Gravity Entertainment. The elevated psychological thriller from scribe Jack Reher revolves around a psychologist who becomes entangled with the mysterious resident of a wet house, whose apparent psychic abilities help her aid the police in solving a string of grisly, bath salt-fueled massacres.

“I like the idea that everything is layered with this atmosphere of unnamed trepidation — nothing can be trusted at face value, and that kind of foreboding really gives me a lot to work with when creating the world of this story,” Dewil said. Mark Holder and Christine Holder are producing and financing for Zero Gravity. The film will shoot this fall in South Africa as the first of three features Zero Gravity plans to shoot there.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient after an horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

Wet House

Wet House

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New Artwork for Thomas Jane’s Wet House Will Leave You Cold

Posted by Uncle Creepy on February 19, 2013

What do you know? We have yet another one-sheet here for you in promotion of the new Thomas Jane flick that he's set to direct and star in called Wet House, and this one is far more in our wheelhouse. Dig it!

Jane is reteaming with screenwriter Jack Reher on the flick. "[Wet Houses are] places that are popping up all over the United States. Kind of creepy. People go there by their own admission when they give up on life and their addictions. By means of drinking or drugs, late-stage users go to a Wet House when all hope is lost. Then they die,” explains Reher.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient who checks in there after a horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet.. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

New Artwork for Thomas Jane's Wet House will Leave You Cold

First Teaser Art for Thomas Jane's Wet House

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First Teaser Art for Thomas Jane’s The Wet House

Posted by Uncle Creepy on February 16, 2013

Thomas Jane is back with a new genre film that he's set to direct and star in called Wet House, and we have the first bit of teaser art for you right here. Check it out, and look for more on this one soon.

Jane is reteaming with screenwriter Jack Reher on the flick. "[Wet Houses are] places that are popping up all over the United States. Kind of creepy. People go there by their own admission when they give up on life and their addictions. By means of drinking or drugs, late-stage users go to a Wet House when all hope is lost. Then they die,” explains Reher.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient who checks in there after a horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet.. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

First Teaser Art for Thomas Jane's The Wet House

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Thomas Jane Checking into the Wet House

Posted by Uncle Creepy on February 14, 2013

Thomas Jane Checking into the Wet HouseIt's been awhile since last we heard anything from Dread Central favorite Thomas Jane, but the man is back with a new genre film that he's set to direct and star in called Wet House. Read on for the first details.

Bloody Disgusting is reporting that Jane is reteaming with screenwriter Jack Reher on the flick. "[Wet Houses are] places that are popping up all over the United States. Kind of creepy. People go there by their own admission when they give up on life and their addictions. By means of drinking or drugs, late-stage users go to a Wet House when all hope is lost. Then they die,” explains Reher.

Synopsis:
This elevated genre supernatural thriller is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story “The Signal-Man.” A doctor treats a patient who checks in there after a horrific car accident and meets another resident who predicts tragic things that haven’t happened yet.. Slowly the doctor loses grip on his sanity in the Wet House and becomes haunted by something sinister.

Look for more soon!

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