James Wan, Sam Raimi to Produce Feature Film Adaptation of Dutch Horror Short ‘The Burden’

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James Wan, Sam Raimi to Produce Feature Film Adaptation of Dutch Horror Short ‘The Burden’
James Wan and Sam Raimi are set to produce the feature film adaptation of the Dutch horror short, “The Burden,” under their respective production banners, Atomic Monster and Ghost House Pictures.

Js Entertainment and Starlight Media won the auction for the rights on Tuesday. Nico van den Brink directed and wrote the short, which follows a young woman who goes to her boyfriend’s home only to discover a sinister history. The short was financed and produced by Dutch company Nl Film en TV.

Van den Brink’s previous short horror film, titled “Sweet Tooth,” was acquired by New Line Cinema, which Wan’s Atomic Monster is also producing.

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Atomic Monster’s upcoming productions include “Annabelle Comes Home” and Wbtv’s “Swamp Thing.” Wan recently directed “Aquaman” for Warner Bros. He is represented by Mortimer PR,
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