Chucky – Remake

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Ich gewöhne mich ja so langsam an den ganzen Remake-Wahn und manchmal kommt ja doch was ganz brauchbares bei raus. Ab und zu jedenfalls. Das „Poseidon“-Remake war jedenfalls ganz okay. Und beim Chucky-Remake sitzen immerhin die gleichen Leute im Boot, die auch schon das Original produzierten, David Kirschner und Don Mancini nämlich.

“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.” (Shocktillyoudrop.com)

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  1. Sascha Göbel

    Wenn sie doch ein Remake machen wollen … wozu dann Stories diskutieren?

  2. Barbara

    I Like The Film CHUCKY very! Thanks :)

  3. Bolzi

    also ich freu mich schon auf das remake.auch wenn andere garantiert wieder darüber rum meckern werden.egal.bin gespannt wie er sein wird :)

  4. Bolzi

    genau.erstmal gucken wie er wird :)
    also ich hab schonmal gute erwartungen.allein schon weill die gleichen leute vom original den film drehn.aber auch wenns andee wärn,würde ich mich schon auf den film freuen ^^
    kanns kaum erwarten.

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