When horror is wrought with multidimensional puzzle cubes, filmmakers know that we long for the days back when horror was made up of mindless masked villains, foul-mouthed demon-possessed daughters, and pin-headed poltergeists. These upcoming films will be sure to spark your nostalgia when it will be released. Here''s a look at what reboots and remakes of classic and vintage horror favorites are currently in production.
Pinhead''s upcoming reboot will feature Odessa Azion as a character named Riley, and Jamie Clayton, according to producers. In earlier stages, the film planned to be a loose remake or a sequel to the original story. But now, fans will not have to wait too long to see how it will be released on Hulu, which is expected to be released in 2022.
Fans are gearing up for what they thought to be the last part of the original story following the return of the Halloween franchise. The slasher is reportedly written by actor Nick Castle to come up with a surprising conclusion, which they can''t wait to see for themselves.
Jamie Lee Curtis is expected to reprise her role as Laurie Strode, who she has portrayed on and off for the last 44 years. Also, Andi Matichak, Laurie''s granddaughter, is expected to appear as Deputy Frank Hawkins, who had arrested Michael after his 1978 killing spree. Kyle Richards, who previously played Laurie in 1978, will also reprise his roles as Sheriff Baker. Finally, James Jude Courtney and Nick Castle will be returning by Universal Pictures on October 14, 2022, just in time for Halloween
Final Destination 6
The film will be released on HBO Max by Jon Watts (Spider-Man: No Way Home) and has been released; the latter recently received great success in horror reboots when he co-wrote Scream with James Vanderbilt.
The villain in the final Destination universe is Death itself. In this film series, fans can only wait to see how Death will come to those who try to escape their clutches in this coming revival. It is unlikely that this film will be a remake, but rather a fresh story in the same paranormal universe, and it is unclear when and where this will happen.
Evil Dead Rise
The Evil Dead franchise will not feature Ash Williams, but a fresh exploration of what was previously considered a cheesy and over-the-top zombie splatterfest.
After years of minimal contact, a woman travels across the country to visit her sister and her children. Demon-possessed corpses rise from the earth and the family reunion takes a gloomy turn.
Cronin has shared pictures of the gallons of blood used in the upcoming film in a collection of red-goo photos posted on Twitter, giving fans a peek into what will come, and showing dying-hard fans of the original films that this one will be equally bloody, if not bloodier than its predecessors, easing the anxieties of those who aren''t sure what to expect from an Evil Dead film that does not star Bruce Campbell, who has said that he is done portraying Ash.
The Lost Boys
In the upcoming remake of The Lost Boys, Noah Jupe (A Quiet Place) and Jaeden Martell will star as young Michael and Sam, according to author Jonathan Entwistle (End of the F***ing World,Im Not Okay With This) and will be produced by Brian Kavanaugh-Jones and Fred Berger under Automatik, who is known for his work on Honey Boy, which also starred Jupe. The film, which also stars Jupe, is also known for its attractive,
Insidious: Chapter 5
Insidious is set to reprise its production in October 2020, with a sequel from Blumhouse Productions. Patrick Wilson, the director and star of the sequel, let the filming begin this spring. Insidious: Chapter 5 will follow the Lambert family 10 years after Elises'' killing at the hands of a possessed Josh, with Dalton now returning to college.
The fifth film of the franchise will feature Wilson once more as the head of the Lambert household, with Ty Simpkins retaking his role as Dalton. Although these are the only confirmed cast members listed so far, it would be great to see the red and black demon of Daltons dreams emerge again.
Last year, rumors that the film will be available in theaters sometime in 2022, but with filming beginning in spring, audience will likely have to wait until 2023 at least.
Fans are curious to see what happens next in the trailer that made a Tiny Tims Tiptoe Through the Tulips so utterly distressing.
Jason Blum has stated that his film, The Exorcist, was the first horror film to be nominated for Best Picture, and it is now getting a reboot. Given Green''s history with the Halloween franchise, the film may be a sequel rather than a remake. However, there is still no release date yet. However, some are speculating that the film may be a remake or a new storyline. Although Greens is in talks, however,
Orphan: First Kill
In a prequel to Orphan, Isabelle Fuhrman is set to reprise her role as Leena Klammer, an adult woman married to Esther in a 2009 film. This prequel will give viewers a glimpse into Leenas First Kill, as she impersonates Katie and Richard Mauerova, who have been separated from each other since November 2020. Although it was initially planned to be in post-production in November, and acquired by Paramount Pictures in December, fans are hoping it will be released sometime later
J.J. Abrams has begun to film a fourth Cloverfield film, based on the original found-footage style film. Two films since Cloverfield, which take place in the same universe but aren''t related to the main storyline. 10 Cloverfield Lane looked at the horrific survival attempts of a man who kidnapped others into his bunker to save them from an unknown threat.
The sequel''s failure was first announced in 2018 due to several logistical reasons. While the plot of the sequel is still a mystery, fans are wondering if the final two friends were trapped at the end of the first film, or if the sequel will feature the same, dizzying found footage footage. Others have expressed hope that the monster will remain as mysterious as possible, or that the next film will depict the monster as the victim. Joe Barton, who founded Encounter in 2022, has been chosen to develop the screenplay
The science fiction horror film Alien is finally getting a reboot. Fans of the face-hugging franchise have been waiting to see what happened to the films, but the first version of the new script, directed by Fede Alvarez, has been uncovered, and it is alleged to be unconnected from the previous versions. The plot of the new film, which is being made for Hulu, is now under wraps.
Fans are waiting for the sixth film, which will feature the return of their new favourite actors, after confirming her acceptance of the script and declaring that filming will begin in the summer of 2022 in Canada. Jenna Ortega, Melissa Barrera, Jasmin Savoy Brown, and Mason Gooding have all signed on to return.
Who will the next Ghostface be? Fans will have to wait and see, although many are already asking if there will be a Scream 7.
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