There has been talk about Warner Bros. upcoming big-screen adaptation of The Twilight Zone for some time now, with a shortlist of directors including Christopher Nolan and Michael Bay circulating among the other news sites. But all of that speculation can now most likely be put to rest. Deadline reports that the studio has picked Matt Reeves to be the movie's director. Reeves rose to prominence in 2008 with Cloverfield, a found footage monster movie that famously had one of the coolest viral marketing campaigns on the planet. He followed that up with last year's Let Me In, an adaptation of the 2008 Swedish vampire flick Let The Right One In, that wasn't too shabby either provided you weren't on the "they're remaking it that quick? Blasphemy!" side of the argument.
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