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There’s no word on what direction the new movie will take, but the material lends itself toward political allegory, and the right director could have a field day with this time-tested property.
Surely Wan saw how his Saw franchise grew a bit stale after seven films, so here’s hoping he finds a new director who’s eager to shake things up a bit rather than be content making another traditional haunted house movie.
Plans are to scrap the lackluster 2010 reboot and start with a fresh new take. There’s no producer on board yet, but Orphan scribe David Leslie Johnson has been tapped to script. The new film will serve as a remake of the 1984 classic.
The “Orphan” writer takes a crack at the horror sequel.
Disney has tapped the “Wrath of the Titans” scribe for the adaptation.
Kept under wraps, but based on the work of real life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren as they investigate the various claims of sinister poltergeist activity that occurred at a council house in Enfield, England during the late 1970s.
Logline: A decade after his heroic defeat of the monstrous Kraken, Perseus–the demigod son of Zeus–is attempting to live a quieter life as a village fisherman and the sole parent to his 10-year old son, Helius. Meanwhile, a struggle for supremacy rages between the gods and the Titans.
Logline: Story centers on Gabriel, a paladin soldier (a soldier designed by weapons companies to have the ability of 500 normal soldiers) framed, and sent to prison. Years later when he finally escapes to seek those who framed him, he finds himself in a world filled with genetically enhanced shark-men, ninjas and burlesque girls.
Logline: Five years have passed since the legendary Perseus defeated the evil Gorgon Medusa, killed the Kraken and assumed the crown of Argos. Things seemed idyllic throughout the kingdom and news of an heir put the citizens in a celebratory mood. Yet lurking in the shadows is the one being in Argos simmering with hate and discontent. Calibus, once though dead, was let out of the Underworld by Hades and looks to take his revenge on the Pretender and his family. Perseus stole his bride, stole his position, stole Zeus favor, stole his life and now Calibus looks to take it all back. And with the news that a baby boy was born to Perseus and Andromeda, he is chilling that dish of revenge…