Area 51 (film)

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Area 51
Directed by Oren Peli
Produced by Steven Schneider
Jason Blum
Oren Peli
Written by Oren Peli
Starring Sandra Staggs
Roy Abramsohn
David Saucedo
Glenn Campbell
Jelena Nik
Edited by Jake York
Additional Editing by
Jake Hamilton
Aramid Entertainment Fund
Blumhouse Productions
IM Global
Incentive Filmed Entertainment
Room 101
Distributed by CBS Films
Release dates
Running time
95 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $5 million [1]

Area 51 is an upcoming science-fiction horror film, written and directed by Oren Peli, the director of Paranormal Activity (2007) and starring Benjamin Rovner, Reid Warner and Darrin Bragg.[2]


In 1994, three friends travel to the infamous Area 51 in order to learn its terrifying secrets. The group then finds themselves running for their lives as an unprecedented event occurs.



Production for the film began in the fall of 2009.[4] According to Bloody Disgusting in April 2011 CBS Films hired director/actor Chris Denham to do some rewrites on Area 51. Peli filmed re-shoots in 2013. In August 2013, Jason Blum stated that film had finished production and that Peli was "tinkering" with the film in post production.[5]


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