There may be more "Paranormal Activity" scares coming for us.
Paramount's chairman and CEO, Jim Gianopulous, revealed at CineEurope that the studio is developing yet another Paranormal Activity film, Deadline reports. Academy Award nominee Jason Blum's production company, Blumhouse, is again involved. It kicked off the franchise before Paramount acquired the first film in 2009.
"We are partnering with uber horror producer Jason Blum to bring a new installment of Paranormal Activity," Gianopulous said at CineEurope, per Deadline.
The exec unfortunately didn't give fans much else in terms of intel. He didn't reveal the title or any plot details. Just the fact that it's happening will have to be enough to satisfy the franchise's stans for now.
The first movie was released by Paramount in 2009, followed by five other installments between then and the most recent one, 2015's "Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension." The new project will be the series' seventh movie and will presumably keep up the trend of using found footage to send chills up our spines.