Warner Bros. Acquires Rights to Robert Downey Jr.'s 'Cloaked'

Team Downey, courtesy eonline
Deadline is reporting that Warner Bros. has acquired the rights to "Cloaked," a new horror film from the minds of Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey of Team Downey. The story will be scripted by Derek Connolly, and is based on an idea from Downey Jr.

Though Connolly and Team Downey came up with a concept before the big pitch, details on the plot remain under wraps. Though not much is known about "Cloaked" at the moment, Deadline states that it is "a supernatural horror comedy in the vein of "An American Werewolf In London."

No word on Robert Downey Jr. playing any roles in the film, but fans can expect to see plenty of him on the big screen when he steps back into the Tony Stark/Iron Man role in "Avengers: Age of Ultron" and the first Team Downey/Warner Bros. project, "The Judge."

So far, we like the way things are shaping up...Robert Downey Jr. and werewolves together? All good! A man of many talents, what do you think about RDJ being the brain behind a horror film? Keep checking back here for all the latest updates!

-Nowal Massari