Everyone's favorite jack of all trades, Pharrell Williams, is gearing up to produce a horror film all about a rave gone terribly, terribly wrong. The film will be titled Survive the Night, and is described by the Hollywood Reporter as a "music-themed horror thriller" about four female friends.
For the project, Williams will team up with Girls Trip writer Tracy Oliver. Oliver's comical prowess in the 2017 comedy starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish reeled in 136.3 million at the box office since it's July release – not to mention a lot of support from fans – so we're thinking her upcoming project may just have the same effect.
Survive the Night is based on a young adult novel by Danielle Vega which follows a group of college students trapped at a Halloween rave where a killer is on the loose. The girls must then fight for their lives as the killer hunts them down, one-by-one,
Williams will take on production roles with his I Am Other Entertainment partner Mimi Valdes. The duo priorly worked together on the Oscar-nominated film Hidden Figures, where Pharrell was the music supervisor as well.
Williams, Valdes and Oliver previously worked together on the YouTube web series Awkward Black Girl which starred now famed Insecure series creator, Issa Rae. Sounds like a Dream Team ready to make some magic again– keep your eyes peeled!