Marc Webb

Skydance’s much-anticipated Bermuda Triangle action-adventure film, titled “Bermuda,” has finally found its director, as Marc Webb has officially signed on to lead the project.

Although the studio has been diligently developing the film for some time now, this particular iteration of the project is still in its early stages. At present, there is no attached screenwriter, a situation that is unlikely to change until the Writers Guild of America strike concludes. It has been revealed that once the strike concludes and a writer can be brought on board, Marc Webb will provide consultation on the script but is not expected to take on a co-writing role.

Details of the plot are shrouded in secrecy, with the exception of one key detail: the story will unfold in the enigmatic expanse of the Caribbean known as the Bermuda Triangle, where planes and ships have mysteriously disappeared over the years.

Producing “Bermuda” for Skydance are David Ellison, Dana Goldberg, and Don Granger, with oversight from Aimee Rivera on behalf of Skydance.

Marc Webb, renowned for his breakout comedy “(500) Days of Summer,” most recently helmed Disney’s live-action adaptation of “Snow White,” starring Rachel Zegler and Gal Gadot. He also directed an episode of the Disney+ series “Just Beyond” and is represented by CAA.

Skydance, fresh off the success of “Top Gun: Maverick” and “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One,” boasts a robust live-action film slate. This includes projects such as “Heart of Stone,” “Spy Kids: Armageddon,” and “The Old Guard 2” for Netflix; “The Family Plan,” “The Gorge,” and “Mayday” for Apple TV+; and “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two.” The studio continues to cement its presence in the ever-evolving landscape of cinematic excellence.

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