Pharrell Williams and Girls Trip screenwriter Tracy Oliver are collaborating on a new horror film Survive The Night. Based off the Danielle Rollins book of the same name, Warner Bros. picked up the project on Thursday, according to Hollywood Reporter.
The story--somewhat similar in premise to Oliver's Girls Trip--follows four friends on a girls night out on Halloween. The subject matter soon departs from the crude, outlandish humor of Girls Trip, when the girls are trapped at an all-night underground rave in a New York City subway tunnel and must fight for their lives to survive the night.
Williams is set to produce the horror film, with Oliver adapting the book and making her directorial debut with a major motion picture. While the story appears to fall victim to the last-girl-standing horror cliche, the three female producers (Elysa Dutton, Leslie Morgenstein, and Mimi Valdes) are reportedly planning the film to be a female empowerment story.
The film won't be out until next year, but you can purchase and read Survive The Night at daniellerollins.com.