Joel David Moore has had an interesting career as a character actor. He's starred in fan-favorite comedies like Dodgeball and Grandma's Boy, guest starred on shows as varied as Six Feet Under and Family Guy, and is (to my knowledge) the only actor to have played both Adolf Hitler and Joey Ramone. He's also probably the person most excited for that slew of Avatar sequels, since he's currently scheduled to be in all four.
But he's also worked as a director on dark comedies like Youth in Oregon (starring Frank Langella and Billy Crudup) and the upcoming Killing Winston Jones (starring Richard Dreyfuss and Danny Glover). Now, he's going full-on horror with an English-language remake of Hide and Seek.
The original movie is about the ultra-rich of South Korea and the underclass whose homes are lost to gentrification, and the way the fed-up and marginalized exact their revenge. It shouldn't be too hard to translate that for American audiences.
Hide and Seek does not have an announced release date, but late 2018 or early 2019 is a safe bet.