ComingSoon.net shares a bit of news reported E! News, and it’s something that should please the fans of the killer-animal flicks. Greg McLean, writer/director of the upcoming "Wolf Creek," will lens "Rogue" down in Australia, which is a thriller about a giant croc that terrorizes the outback.
CS.net says: "E! News is reporting that Michael Vartan ("Alias," "Monster-in-Law") and Radha Mitchell (the upcoming "Silent Hill") will star in writer/director Greg McLean’s "Rogue" for The Weinstein Co.
The film, about a giant crocodile stalking tourists in the Australian outback, will shoot Down Under. Pre-production is reportedly taking place in Port Melbourne.
Five years ago, the script centered on a cynical U.S. travel writer who goes on a river cruise captained by a tough Australian woman and finds himself among a group of people stranded on a tidal mud island.
McLean, who also wrote and directed "Wolf Creek," previously said, "The thing about crocodiles is that they are scary if you just tell the truth about them.""