Justin Linthe person who helped turn around Fast and furious enters the ultimate blockbuster franchise and returns to its Indian roots. According to Submission deadline; termination periodLin found his next project and began directing The Last Days of John Allen Chow.

The Last Days of John Allen Chow based on an Outside Magazine article of the same name written by Alex Perry. The film tells the story of Chau, who “believes he has been chosen to save the spirit of an alien tribe on North Sentinel Island, a protected area in the Indian Ocean where outsiders are forbidden. He embarks on an arduous journey to proselytize the Sentinels in search of identity, purpose and belonging.”

Lin is currently working on an adaptation A one-fisted man For Sony, though, he’s looking to get back into making smaller intimate films. So for the script One Punch Man still in development, Sony Pictures wanted to give Lin a chance to direct The Last Days of John Allen Chow and when he completes this, he will be able to jump and shoot One Punch Man.

script for The Last Days of John Allen Chow written by Ben Ripleytheir loans include Jake Gyllenhaal a time travel thriller Source code, Boychoir with Kathy Bates and Dustin Hoffmanand Flatliners restart with Elliot Page, Diego Lunaand Kiefer Sutherland.

The film promises to be an intense, heart-wrenching and thought-provoking experience. Justin Lin is taking a break from big-budget tentpole action films to bring us a bold and powerful indie film that’s sure to leave a lasting impression.

Lin was to lead Quick X but left the project early in production. After 15 years in this franchise, it’s great to see him freed up and ready to do new and different movies!