Gene Simmons, WWE Studios to Produce 'Elevated' Horror Movies

Erebus Pictures' first of three films, 'Temple,' will begin shooting this summer

By John Blistein / RollingStone.com

Gene Simmons and WWE Studios are teaming up to form Erebus Pictures, a new studio that will finance and produce "elevated horror movies," according to a press release.

The co-production deal calls for three films, starting with Temple, which was originally acquired and developed by WWE Studios. Erebus Pictures — named for the Greek primordial deity representing darkness — will begin production on their second movie later this year.

Matt Savelloni (Exile to Babylon) wrote the film, which is scheduled to begin filming this summer. The film tells the story of a team of highly trained operatives who find themselves locked in a military compound and confronted with "strange and horrific phenomena" as they try to figure out how the previously stationed team met their demise.



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