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‘Anaconda’ Reboot In Development At Sony, Details Inside

Anaconda, which was a grand success at the box office in 1997, is about to make a reboot of the Anaconda franchise.

Sony Pictures Is Developing the Reboot Of The Movie

Sony Pictures is in the early development stage of a reboot of the “Anaconda” franchise. The studio is hiring “Divergent” writer Evan Daugherty to write the story for the reboot of the franchise.

Sony Pictures has not set up the project with a producer, director, or any actors.

First Anaconda Movie

Sony released the first “Anaconda” movie in 1997, which was a horror-thriller starring Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube, Eric Stoltz, Jon Voight, and Owen Wilson. Luis Llosa directed the movie, the storyline centered on Jennifer Lopez’ character leading a documentary film crew searching for a long-lost tribe along the Amazon River, only to watch the journey taken over by a wicked snake hunter, played by Voight, heading to several horrific confrontations with a massive green serpent.

Movie Was A Success In Box Office

The 1997 Anaconda movie earned 3 times the budget of the movie in the box office, which was a grand success with a worldwide gross of $135 million. The budget for the film was $45 million. The box office success led to a 2004 sequel “Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid,” set in Borneo, as the protagonists explored a life-extending flower on a remote island inhabited by deadly snakes. After that, a series of “Anaconda” TV movies were released in 2008, 2009, and 2015’s which are “Anaconda 3: Offspring,” “Anacondas: Trail of Blood,” and “Lake Placid vs. Anaconda.”

Daugherty’s honors include co-writing of “Snow White and the Huntsman” of 2012 with Hossein Amini and John Lee Hancock; and 2014’s “Divergent” with Vanessa Taylor. He also got a story credit on 2017’s “Tomb Raider,” starring Alicia Vikander.

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