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Back in 2009, Warner Bros. and Leonardo DiCaprio reached a deal to where he would be producing a new TWILIGHT ZONE film by way of his company Appian Way. The project went through years of development, saw many drafts of the script turned in, and a director switch. The latest word on the movie came three years ago when Joseph Kosinski was supposedly going to be the new director.
We have now learned that CBS and interactive video company Interlude will be teaming together for a completely fresh take on a reboot idea for THE TWILIGHT ZONE. The plan will be to make a new anthology series which will be an "original interactive project" and will allow the viewers at home to become a part of the story.
At this time, it is not clear as to how this all will work out, but this particular take on THE TWILIGHT ZONE is said to be a live action, "choose your own adventure" program.
"The new Twilight Zone will honor the original series approach but will add the twist of letting the viewer "change and adapt the story based on what he or she feels. As with all other Interlude videos, viewers can return repeatedly and have a different viewing experience each time."
The pilot episode of the series will explore the spaces between movies and games, and will be written and directed by the creator of the BioShock game Ken Levine.
We will continue to follow this story and bring you the very latest as we hear it.