Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark is getting a sequel, according to The Wrap. After successfully garnering over $106 million in the box office, Paramount Pictures and Entertainment One figured they’d give the movie another go. The latter will be directed by André Øvredal, who used his attention-to-detail in the last film. Dan and Kevin Hageman will also be returning to pen the script based on a story idea from producer Guillermo del Toro.
Currently, there is no word on what the plot will revolve around or when it’ll release. Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark is based on a trilogy of children’s horror books first published in 1981 that featured over two dozen horror stories written by Alvin Schwartz. Stephen Gammell took part in the book’s spine-chilling illustration. `