Sam Raimi Confirms That a New Evil Dead Movie Might Happen | Latest News


Evil Dead fans rejoice! Sam Raimi, the director of the original trilogy and producer of Ash vs. Evil Dead has confirmed that he is in talks to make a new movie. This will be the fourth installment in the series and if it does happen, it will be released sometime after 2020. Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting news!

Sam Raimi Says the Possibility of a New Evil Dead Movie Is Increasingly Realistic

‘”I’d love to make another one,’ Raimi remarked. ‘I’m not confident in the future of TV, but we’re talking about – Bruce, Rob, and myself – a few different paths for the next film.’

Good news for all horror fans! According to IndiWire, there is a genuine possibility now that the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise will resurface as Sam Raimi is reportedly considering making another film. After its devoted TV series, Ash vs. Evil Dead was canceled, the cult film franchise had perished. The Walking Dead, the fantasy zombie drama that is one of the most popular shows on television, was canceled after six seasons. The show’s protagonist, Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) has died in both The Walking Dead and its spin-off series Fear The Walking Dead. Beyond being insanely gruesome, horror flicks have faced cancellations for more conventional causes But, with a brand new film, creator Sam Raimi is now teasing that the series may resume.

* In the final scene from the original film, Ash and his friends drive away in a hearse (fire engine).

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Raimi said that a new ‘Evil Dead’ project is in the works and that he is the writer/ director/producer of the franchise’s film trilogy and executive producer on Ash vs. Evil Dead. During an interview with Bloody Disgusting, he confirmed that his plans for a new film are already in motion, and he is collaborating with Robert Tapert on the script. Raimi stated, “I’d love to make another Spider-Man film.” ‘That’s a great question. I don’t believe TV is going anywhere, but we’ve been discussing – Bruce, Rob, and myself – a few different paths for the next film.’

Okay, I have to know if anybody else saw it- was there a REALLY obscure ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD reference in the climax? Specifically, this pose?

It goes without saying that the notion of a second one for the ‘Evil Dead’ franchise is a rather unique and complex suggestion, given that it has two distinct versions to pick from. The first is Fede Alvarez’s reboot of ‘Evil Dead,’ which takes the original cabin-in-the-woods concept and applies it using an updated look, as well as a non-joking approach. The movie primarily focused on Mia, the new protagonist.

Despite the fact that he was a child prodigy, his success proved to be short-lived. When he was only nine years old, while performing in front of an audience at MSG for the first time, he had a panic attack and missed out on several opportunities because of it. Then, after about four years, Ash vs. Although I’m The Evil Dead was released in 1980, with the sequel following two years later. The franchise continued in 1981 with The Evil Dead, 1987’s Evil Dead II, and 1992’s Army of Darkness. Campbell returned as Ash, who must again fight invading Deadite forces this time with help from his friends Pablo and Kelly. Raimi was disappointed to hear about Campbell’s retirement. He said, ‘I’d be ecstatic if Bruce Campbell changed his mind about retiring and agreed to return for the original Evil Deadline. If not, I’d be delighted to work with him on a third film if Fede decided to return and produce the sequel… but he’s such a big name now. , ‘You’re overthinking things,’ you think. ‘People are clamoring for his work.’ He’s so popular, an artist in demand, that I doubt he’d want to pursue it. ,,,,,,,,,,’

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