Wes Craven's newest film won't be called 25/8 when it hits theaters next year. The horror guru recently revealed on his Twitter page that the film's new title will be My Soul to Take.
Apparently, the title 25/8 used to be appropriate for the story, but the term 25/8 has since been dropped from the script. Craven adds that 25/8 was only meant to be a working title.
Max Thierot, Denzel Whitaker and Shareeka Epps star in Craven's first film that he has written and directed since New Nightmare in 1994. Thierot plays "Bug," a young man who is possibly being terrorized by his serial killer father sixteen years after his supposed death.