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Spooky, Scary, Fishy! Catfish Directors Sign On For Paranormal Activity 3

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Looks like part 3 of the Paranormal franchise is shaping up nicely!

Back in January, we heard that Disturbia writer Christopher B. Landon was signed on to write Paranormal Activity 3…BUT then he contacted us and said that nothing was confirmed yet.

Now it looks like Landon has been officially attached to write the script, and the film has also signed on Catfish's Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman to direct.

According to reports, the story for PA 3 revolves around "a family being terrorized by the entity from the first two movies in the 1980s."

As we said in January, let's hope that this movie is written with the same care as the first two, and then kept as a trilogy. It would be a shame to see this franchise jump the proverbial shark, like the Saw series.

Are U excited for Paranormal Activity 3? Do U think the Catfish guys are right for the project?

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5 comments to “Spooky, Scary, Fishy! Catfish Directors Sign On For Paranormal Activity 3



  1. 1

    Sounds cool. Catfish was a good movie. I actually enjoyed the 2nd even more than the 1st. I totally disagree about the 'trilogy' thing. If this makes $, and it will, there WILL be more.



  2. 2

    I thought that Catfish was a piece of cinematic genius. I'm sure they'll do a great job.



  3. 3

    It would be cool if the movie took place back in the day -day. Like when Christy's Great great great grandma (i think it was) made pact with demon for wealth. -Remember in P2 the daughter looked up online at the family history and found out about the demon wanting the first son. Anyways, it would be cool seeing the "pact" be made between their Great great g-ma a the demon!



  4. 4

    I absolutely cannot wait for the third movie! The first two movies were so good! I agree with Chasenip that the second was scarier than the first.



  5. 5

    oh come on greedy little executive punks. Stop watering down every single movie that come out already!! How many sequels are necessary??