Sena Signs On for Columbia's "Witch" Hunt

by | September 12, 2005 | Comments

The Hollywood Reporter indicates that filmmaker Dominic Sena ("Gone in 60 Seconds," "Swordfish") will direct "Season of the Witch" for Columbia Pictures.

"The story revolves around a group of knights in 14th century France who must transport a woman accused of witchcraft to a mountain abbey, where the monks attempt to understand and destroy her powers. The monks believe that her paranormal abilities are the source of the Black Plague."

Newcomer scribe Bragi F. Schut will be re-writing his spec script for Columbia now that a director is on board.

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