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Netflix Acquires ‘Fear Street’ Books & Plans For Film Trilogy Next Year | Film News

  Netflix has reportedly acquired Leigh Janiak‘s Fear Street trilogy, and plans to release the three interconnected films one month apart, as part of themed programming the streaming giant is calling ‘The Summer of Fear’.   It was actually 20th Century Fox who originally hatched a plan for a trilogy of Fear Street movies, hoping to latch onto the popularity[…]

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Zoe Lister-Jones To Direct ‘The Craft’ Remake For Blumhouse & Sony | Film News

  A remake of the 1996 film The Craft has been in development for several years, but it looks to finally have some traction. Zoe Lister-Jones has been tapped to write and direct the project, which is now being produced by both Blumhouse and Sony.   Lister-Jones takes over from Honeymoon director Leigh Janiak, who’s vision for the project never[…]

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Author R.L. Stine Confirms Three ‘Fear Street’ Movies Are In The Works | Film News

  Author R.L. Stine is the man behind the classic young adult-based horror series Goosebumps and Fear Street, and lately has seen the former adapted into a film franchise with enough success to warrant a sequel. The first film, released in 2015, starred Jack Black and received positive reviews while going on to make $150.2 million at the box office.[…]

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Fox Developing Multiple Movies Based On ‘Fear Street’ Books | Film News

  A major studio developing movies based on a beloved set of books is nothing new – this time around 20th Century Fox has recruited Honeymoon director Leigh Janiak to adapt and direct Fear Street – but their distribution plan for these films is very interesting.   Fox has set a deal for Janiak to write three separate scripts that[…]

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‘The Craft’ Remake Is Moving Forward | Film News

  While there’s no shortage of remakes, reboots and sequels nowadays, most of them come from expected, big money properties that are practically guaranteed to bring in big box office numbers. Oh, and also The Craft.   If you stepped back in a time machine to 1996, you’d come across a strange movie horizon where a film about witches like[…]

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