PlayStation horror game Until Dawn is set to get the movie treatment.
The hit title, which was released in 2015, follows eight friends who come together at a remote mountain retreat as their lives come under threat.
The film is being written by The Nun's Gary Dauberman, who is working on a script originally penned by The Invitation's Blair Butler.
The original game had a notable cast including Hayden Panettiere, Rami Malek, and Superstore's Nichole Sakura.
Sandberg, who is also on board as a producer for the movie, is no stranger to horror, having cut his teeth in the genre with the likes of Annabelle: Creation and Lights Out.
"I'm sort of a little bummed out how with the serialisation of movies, how it turned into TV shows where it's like, I guess that's more of a Marvel thing at the moment," he said.
"Like, I love Marvel and everything, but it's kind of like, you're watching things like 'who’s that guy again', 'which movie was that' and 'what happened there?'"
Sandberg went on to reveal that he prefers when "movies are standalone, but they can still connect together".
Until Dawn is yet to confirm a cinema release date.
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