‘Oblivion’ and ‘TRON Legacy’ director Joseph Kosinski has reportedly entered talks with Warner Bros. to step behind the camera for the studio’s big screen reboot of Rod Serling’s sci-fi anthology series ‘The Twilight Zone.’
A number of scribes, including Jason Rothenberg, Rand Ravich, and Anthony Peckham have tackled the screenplay, but project will now redeveloped for Kosinski.
Kosinski would be replacing ‘Let Me In’ and ‘Cloverfield’ helmer Matt Reeves, who landed the coveted job back in 2011. Reeves exited the reboot in order to take the reins of ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.’
‘The Twilight Zone’ will be produced by Leonardo DiCaprio and Appian Way partner Jennifer Davisson Killoran, with Scott Bloom serving as executive producer.