Starting with the launch of Paranormal activity franchise in 2009, Blumhouse Productions has become the master of modern horror filmmaking, with the studio responsible for many of the genre’s biggest successes over the past decade. Insidious, Purge, Happy Death Day, Get out… The list goes on and on. But in addition to many of their original IPs, Blumhouse has also begun rebooting several classic horror series. Most notable with Halloween.
However, even though the company is constantly growing in terms of sinister series, there are a few properties that Blumhouse founder Jason Blum has aspired to have for years but never had. During an AMA-style Q&A session on Twitter this weekend, Blum was asked if he could come up with Friday the 13th and Nightmare on Elm Street the Halloween treatment someday. Blum admits that he “tried to achieve both for years”, but he “couldn’t get it.” [the] permission. ”
It’s a pity that Blum was not able to get the rights to both Jason Vorhees and Freddy Krueger as both of them could actually do with Halloween A 2018 style relaunch. The last time we saw either killer icons on the big screen was in a pair of faint reboots – 2009. Friday the 13th and 2010 Nightmare on Elm Street. Wiping the charts proved to be the wrong choice so a Blumhouse legacy sequel could bring back some old faces, like when Jamie Lee Curtis returned as HalloweenLaurie Strode’s, will be a unique thing.
While these two properties remain out of reach, horror fans can rest assured that Blumhouse will reboot another legendary series on the way. Halloween Director David Gordon Green is directing a new one The Exorcist trilogy of works, with the first of which slated to hit theaters in October 2023.
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