"Silent Hill: Revelation 3D," a movie based on the survival horror video game, started filming in Toronto on Monday.
The movie, directed by Michael J. Bassett ("Solomon Kane," "Deathwatch") stars (pictured below) Adelaide Clemens ("X-Men Origins: Wolverine," "Vampire," the upcoming "Mad Max: Fury Road") and Kit Harington (HBO's upcoming "Game of Thrones").
Lionsgate is handling international sales.
Samuel Hadida, of Davis Films, and Don Carmody, are producing. The two produced 2010's "Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D." They also worked together on 2004's "Resident Evil Apocalypse" and the 2006 "Silent Hill."
“We are all excited to have the Silent Hill team reunited in Toronto," Hadida said in a written statement. With Michael at the helm, we will be building on the first film and taking Silent Hill into new territory with an exciting storyline and visuals that should grab both new audiences and fans of the 'Silent Hill' franchise.”
Carmody added in the statement, “Adelaide is breaking out of the indie world with commercial features such as X-Men and the upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road. She and Kit are emerging young talent and their chemistry and dynamics make them a brilliant addition to the Silent Hill team.”
The movie is based on Konami's survival horror video game franchise.