After the disappointing leather face of the 2017 prequel, it looked like the Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie franchise might have closed fluff its tool shed for the last time. But it seems like the old man has risen and the door has just opened once again as a new report says that we will have another sequel to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre, this time what David Gordon Green and Danny What is happening in the vein is what McBride did with last year’s Halloween movie. We already know about this project.
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Bloody-Disgusting says Fade Alvarez, the director behind the Don Breath and the Evil Dead remake, is on board to create a new Texas Chainsaw sequel for Legendary Pictures, and the company is reportedly expanding the franchise with several films and a You are planning a TV show. Although there is no director attached to the new film, here is a plan of what Alvarez is doing.
After the disappointing leather face of the 2017 prequel, it seemed like the Texas Chainsaw Massacre film franchise might have shut down its tool shed for the last time. But it seems the old man has risen and the door has just been reopened as a new report says we are another sequel to the Texas Chainsaw massacre, this time the vein of David Gordon Green and Danny. What Happens in Me was made by McBride with last year’s Halloween movie. We already know about this project.
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While the plans aren’t set in stone, we’re hearing what’s expected of Bluebouse and Universal as a direct sequel to [Tob] Hooper’s 74 movies. Unfortunately, the last girl in the texas chainsaw massacre, Marilyn Burns, died in 2014. It will be interesting to see how the story continues without him, although this may focus only on the current state of the Sawyer family.
The whole “hey, I just forgot most of this franchise” approach seems to be catching on in popularity: it worked really well on 2006’s Superman Returns, it was great on last year’s Halloween, and we’ll see it with the next Terminator. How effective: Dark Fate. (I totally forgot that they even tested it with Terminator: Genisys 2015, which speaks to how ineffective it was in that case.)
Alvarez is a more solid filmmaker, whose only film produced thus far has not been Donut Breath, so his track record on that front doesn’t really matter that much when it comes to understanding his involvement here. And while the original 2003 remake of Tobe Hooper wasn’t that bad, I’m not interested in more Texas chainsaws unless it comes from someone with a wildly different perspective on the material to freshen things up.