Morten Tyldum has been assigned as the director of And Then There Were None, an adaptation of an Agatha Christie novel that sold over 100 million copies.
The story revolves around ten strangers lured to Soldier Island for different reasons, only to discover that they were gathered by false pretences. They are all guilty of different crimes, but got away with the deeds. The Thing‘s Eric Heisserer will writ the script after he and Tyldum helped come up with a pitch that won the Christie estate over after years of the team trying to score the rights.
Tyldum is currently working in sci-fi feature Passengers, which stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence.