Jason Voorhees may be stuck in legal turmoil, but it hasn't been able to halt fans from celebrating his big day

Jason Voorhees may be stuck in legal turmoil, but it hasn't been able to halt fans from celebrating  ...

Jason Voorhees is a famous villain in the horror genre. Every day, the date of Friday the 13th graces our calendars. It tells the tale of Jason Voorhees, who, after camp counselors let him drown in a lake as a kid, behaves retaliation on those who return to Camp Crystal Lake and disturb his territory.

Despite being heated and fought between Sean S. Cunningham and Victor Miller, the franchise has gone live, preventing the release of new content. However, avid fans of the slasher game are now celebrating the beloved horror monster. It''s possible that another Jason film will come to the big screen one day.

People on Twitter are manifesting their ever-present affection for Jason, and one user even encouraged milk and cookies to be left out a la Santa Claus.

#FridayThe13th #JasonVoorhees #HorrorFamily pic.twitter.com/OzrOxAIBHl

Another user admitted that Jasons Day was officially changed when the clock struck midnight.

As soon as midnight hits#JasonVoorhees #FridayThe13th pic.twitter.com/RuH0nNYraI

We can only imagine how much money this painting will pay for it.

Tomorrow is the day of tomorrow. #Fridaythe13th #horror #BobRoss #JasonVoorhees pic.twitter.com/rGR9u4AFt5

Who knew Jason might look so glamless?

The light is shining as it''s officially his day now! #FridayThe13th #JasonVoorhees #MutantFam pic.twitter.com/j1h4ENbL8E

The film''s next move is still in the air. While Victor Miller was declared the original owner of the scripts, it''s unclear if a possible Friday the 13th film is on the horizon. For the time being, fans will joyfully continue to honor one of the most heartfelt figures in horror.