Exorcist reboot will ‘surprise skeptics’, producer says
The Exorcist the restart will “surprise all skeptics”, says Halloween kills producer Jason Blum.
William Friedkin’s classic 1973 film spawned a number of critical film sequels, with the 2016 short-lived TV spin-off proving the most successful adaptation to date.
As previously announced, Blumhouse and Halloween kills Director David Gordon Green is currently developing his own film reboot with Morgan Creek Entertainment and speaking recently, Blum teased that the film “will pleasantly surprise any skeptics.”
He also said it will be “like” the Halloween restart the franchise.
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“[It’s] gonna be like david [Gordon Green]’s Halloween continued, “said Blum geek lair.
“I think this will be a pleasant surprise to all skeptics.
“We have had a lot of skeptics about Halloween and David flipped them over, and I think he’s gonna flip it with The Exorcist. “
He added: “I want to make a movie for people who know and love the first Exorcist and are furious that we are doing this, but somehow crawl into the theater. I want them to come out happy.
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“And I want to make a movie that people who have never heard of The Exorcist really appreciate it. I think David did that with Halloween. I think he will do that with The Exorcist also.”
The Exorcist will run after Gordon-Green conclusion Halloween restart the trilogy.
Halloween kills is set to hit theaters on October 15, 2021. Halloween is available for purchase on Blu ray, DVD, 4K and Diffusion now.
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