Sam Raimi has been taking his time between movies. After three Spider-man films in five years between 2002 and 2007, we’ve only had Drag Me To Hell and Oz the Great and Powerful in the last decade. While he has several things in the works, he’s just added another as THR reports that he’s teaming up with Skydance Productions for a movie about the Bermuda Triangle.
There’s no details about the plot of the film, but it will inevitably revolve around the area between Bermuda, Miami and Puerto Rico, where legend says ships, planes and anything else that enters it can disappear even in calm seas. It’s not the only film about the supposed phenomenon in the works, as Universal and Warner Bros. are also working on Bermuda Triangle movies.
Doug Miro and Carlo Bernard wrote the script for the movie Raimi is attached to, which is described as a mystery thriller. The film has been in the works for several years, with Skydance hoping that Raimi’s involvement will finally get it made.