Right, due to everything that's happened the past few months, we've been robbed of having a worthwhile psychological thriller to see in the cinemas.

John Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place 2' was just on the cusp of being released before cinemas shut their doors, however Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' is still on the cards for release later this summer (all things going well). There is another film in development which we won't see until 2021 that will pique interest, and it's Ari Aster's follow-up movie to 'Midsommar'.

When it was released here last July, Aster's summer movie about a group of young adults heading off to Europe to get high and experience the joys absolute terror of being part of a small commune in the Swedish countryside split opinions - with some loving the fear viewer's experienced, and others detesting it.

And by the sounds of it, the director's next movie will be just as divisive. While being interviewed by students from the University of California's Daily Nexus, Aster said his next movie, which is still in the pre-development process, will be a "nightmare comedy" which will "be four hours long." Yikes.

If 'Midsommar' and 'Hereditary' weren't your cup of tea, then remember to steer well clear of Ari Aster's follow-up - but if you were a fan of both, then this will be music to your ears.

Whether Aster's psychological thriller/comedy ever hits theatres in its full four-hour length remains to be seen, but bear in mind that he released a three-hour extended cut of 'Midsommar' after its theatrical release, which some believed to be better than what we saw in the cinema.

Aster's production company Square Peg is also working on a remake of 'Save the Green Planet', a South Korean sci-fi movie from the early 2000s.