Eli Roth Leaves Warner Bros. Big Monster Feature ‘Meg’ Due To Budget Concerns | Film News
Eli Roth has departed from Warner Bros. movie Meg over budget concerns. The giant shark movie, tells the story of two men who band together to take down a prehistoric shark that is causing trouble on the Californian coast.
The film has been in development for years, almost coming together in 1997, the failure of Deep Blue Sea caused the studio to delay the project. According to THR, a similar situation happened to Roth, the director becoming wary of the film’s $100 million price tag after the disappointing box office performance of the studio in 2015.
With no release date for the feature confirmed, this film could be a long time coming, and after the departure of Eli Roth, could be a while longer.
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