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Little Nightmares (placeholder name) is an upcoming TV series based on the 2017 video game of the same name.
The plot is unknown at the time.
Anthony and Joe Russo, the filmmaking duo behind Captain America: Civil War and Winter Soldier, are teaming with The Nightmare Before Christmas director Henry Selick to bring the horror-adventure video game Little Nightmares to the small screen.
The Russo brothers will develop and executive produce the television series with Dmitri M. Johnson and Stephan Bugaj of DJ2 Entertainment, the company making a name for itself adapting video games such as Life Is Strange and Sonic the Hedgehog.
- The pilot episode will be directed by Henry Selick, who directed Monkeybone, Coraline, The Nightmare Before Christmas, James and the Giant Peach, and Wendell and Wild.
- Dan Jevons will act as a producer, while Samuel Gatte will executive produce for Bandai-Namco. Russo company exec Mike Larocca will act as co-executive producer.
- Since Henry Selick will be helping out with the TV series, it is highly speculated that this TV series will be stop-motion since Henry Selick's works have been stop-motion animated films.