Fellow members of the Fog, we’ve got great news. Variety dropped an exclusive today sharing that our favorite horror game, Dead by Daylight, is getting its own movie. Behaviour will team up with Atomic Monster and Blumhouse to develop the feature film adaptation. For those living under a rock, the asymmetrical horror game pits survivors against terrifying killers looking to sacrifice them to the mysterious Entity. They are currently in search of a director and screenwriter for the project.

Executive vice president of Behaviour Stephen Mulrooney shared, “We couldn’t be more thrilled to work with Jason Blum and James Wan, two giants of the horror film industry, to further expand the Dead by Daylight universe. At Behaviour, our motto is to create unique moments, together, forever, Atomic Monster and Blumhouse are the ideal partners to craft Dead by Daylight’s killer entrance onto the big screen.”

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So, the big question is, what will this Dead by Daylight film entail? We would love to see an origin story for any of Behaviour’s original killers, like The Trapper or The Wraith. But we also wouldn’t be disappointed in a terrifying take on throwing the survivors into the Fog only to be stalked by The Nurse. We will be keeping a close eye on this project. And we couldn’t be more excited to see Behaviour working alongside horror powerhouses like Blumhouse and Atomic Monster.

Both have proven time and time again that they can bring genuinely horror-filled movies to life. Personally, we would love to see an anthology of horror movies set within the Dead by Daylight universe. They could give us those gruesome origin stories and films with survivors fixing generators for two hours while being stalked from the shadows. No current release date is set for the film, but that doesn’t mean we won’t be waiting on the edge of our seats.

So, what Dead by Daylight movie would you want to see? Let us know in the comments below and on social media!

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