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‘Friday the 13th’ Pulled from Paramount’s Release Schedule

Gone are the plans to begin production on the latest installment of the Friday the 13th franchise next month. Paramount has completely yanked this highly anticipated pic from their 2017 release schedule.

It’s no surprise this film won’t be moving forward. The production has been such a chaotic joke that few believed it would actually become a reality, anyhow. From juggling concepts (the period angle that seemed to be the story that execs wanted to run with actually pretty damn awesome) to directors, the new Friday flick has run into obstacle after obstacle. Despite having a pretty cool concept to work from, and a few talented filmmakers once attached, something didn’t seem to sit well with the folks at Paramount.

This isn’t necessarily cause for major concern, as it’s still likely that we’ll see another Friday in the near future. We may be forced to wait things out until 2018, but Friday the 13th is a fair money maker, and the studio is allowing for enough time to pass in between each feature that fan anticipation builds in proper fashion. Paramount won’t skip a buck for too long.

We’ll keep you up to date on the flick as it comes rolling in.

Source: Bloody Disgusting

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1 Comment on ‘Friday the 13th’ Pulled from Paramount’s Release Schedule

  1. lazynigsgetfreeshit // March 30, 2017 at 4:29 pm // Reply

    Eli Roth is the only person who can properly make a horror film these days. I don’t want to hear about James Wan and his weak ass films either. The guy is vastly overrated and is already moving the wrong direction when it comes to Conjuring 3. In would like to see a super scary remake of “The Entity”. In would love it if someone could do it right. Probably won’t happen .

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