Blumhouse, who’s Halloween film is currently getting very high praise from critics, is now looking at other horror franchises to resurrect. Jason Blum is allegedly flirting with the idea of bringing Ghost Face (Scream) and The Fisherman (I Know What You Did Last Summer) back to the big screen.
Speaking to Forbes, Blum revealed that he has eyed the two ’90s slashers in particular. When asked about a recent post on Twitter where he said he’d like the rights to Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer, Blum told the site, “I would like to do both of them, but it’s a rights situation with all those movies. It’s very tangled and very complicated. It’s one thing to say you want to do them and it’s a whole other thing to get to actually do it.
Blum has also expressed an interest in bringing back both Friday The 13th and A Nightmare on Elm Street. Both film tried making a coming back in the early 2000s to less than stellar efforts.
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