English actress Imogen Poots will star in Blumhouse Production and Universal’s remake of Black Christmas, a cult ‘80s slasher. Directed by Sophia Takal, the horror traditional remake is about to be launched December 13, 2019, simply in time for barely grimmer and horrific holidays.
Released October 1974, the unique Black Christmas horror/thriller movie grossed roughly $four million on the worldwide field workplace. Directed by Bob Clark and written by Roy Moore, the movie starred Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, John Saxon, and Andrea Martin. Inspired by the city legend “The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs,” Black Christmas turned one of many earliest slasher movies to obtain a cult following.
The movie follows a bunch of sorority sisters at Hawthorne College who obtain threatening telephone calls and are ultimately hunted down and killed in the course of the Christmas season. After the large success of 2018’s reboot movie, “Halloween,” that starred Jamie Lee Curtis, Blumhouse and Universal Pictures noticed the potential for a remake for Black Christmas. The Halloween remake continues Laurie Strode story as she lastly confronts her longtime foe Michael Myers, the masked determine who has haunted her since her escape from his killing spree on Halloween evening 4 a long time in the past. Halloween has grossed roughly $255.5 million on the worldwide field workplace.
Black Christmas Remake
The Black Christmas remake will even star Aleyse Shannon, Brittany O’Grady, Lily Donoghue, and Caleb Eberhardt. Takal and April Wolfe wrote the script, with the movie scheduled to shoot in New Zealand. Jason Blum for Blumhouse Productions will produce alongside with Ben Cosgrove and Adam Hendricks of Divide/Conquer. Greg Gilreath and Zac Locke of Divide/Conquer will government produce.
Takal groups up once more with Blumhouse’s tv arm after working with them on “New Year, New You,” launched in 2018. Hulu’s “Into the Dark” anthology collection starred Suki Waterhouse, Carly Chaikin, Kirby Howell-Baptiste, Isabella Acres, and Melissa Bergland. “New Year, New You” follows the story of a bunch of outdated mates that collect for a woman’s evening on New Year’s Eve. However, as they begin to reminisce about outdated recollections, lots of their grudges they’ve been conserving turns into murderous methods.
Black Christmas hits theaters December 13, 2019.