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“Child’s Play” Remake On the Way

In an interview with Shock Till You Drop, producer David Kirschner revealed that he and his producing partner Corey Siniega are working on another Chucky movie, which will be a remake of the original Child’s Play.

From the interview:

“We’re discussing it with Don Mancini, who has written all of them with us from the beginning,” Kirschner told us. The next one we’re going to do is we’re going back and remaking the first one and even pushing it further and making a very terrifying version of the first one, which is pretty scary as it is.””We haven’t come up with anybody yet,” he replied when asked whether they were looking at any of today’s cutting-edge horror directors. “We haven’t really discussed that. We’ve just been working on stories, so I think that’ll be a fun process when we get there.”

The interviewer went on to ask the question “Why”?: “Look at ‘Halloween’,” he quickly responded. “It’s kind of commerce to keep the franchise going, and another reason to go see it. For me, it’s exciting, because the first one was really scary and then from there, we kind of… my favorites are 1 and 4. I love 4, it really makes me laugh and I think Jennifer Tilly is so great, but just the idea of going back to where we were the first time around and I think for me, it’s almost 30 years later for me as a filmmaker from where I started to now, and the idea of taking some skill that maybe I didn’t possess then and putting it towards the next film, I think could be exciting.”

Click this link for the rest of the interview.

Source: Shock Till You Drop

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  • maddy

    hey Chucky you are totally awesome and so are you Brad Dourif, and Jen Tilly

  • maddy

    hey Chucky you are totally awesome and so are you Brad Dourif, and Jen Tilly