Halloween 3 kommt

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Nachdem Halloween 2 nach dem Eröffnungswochenende überaus schlechte Kritiken einfährt (derzeit auf Rotten Tomatoes bei 22%), halten die Weinsteins dennoch am Franchise fest und ein dritter Teil ist bereits in Planung, nur ohne Rob Zombie.

The independent studio’s co-Chairman Bob Weinstein said today that the 3-D sequel, titled, appropriately enough, “Halloween 3D,” is in development. […]

Weinstein said Rob Zombie, who directed “Halloween II” and 2007’s reboot of the 31-year-old horror series, won’t return for “Halloween 3-D.” He said the studio is in negotiations with a new director, whom he declined to name, who has experience in horror and has a “different take” on the franchise.

‘Halloween 3D’ coming in summer 2010 (via /Film)

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  1. Bateman

    “Bob Weinstein said today that the 3-D sequel, titled, appropriately enough, “Halloween 3D,” is in development.”

    Hollywood… creatively bancrupt since 19XX

  2. doc

    so so , 3D soll’s mal wieder richten . wie orginell …

  3. Jet Strajker

    Animiertes Halloween-II-Poster:

    Ich pack’s mal hier hin, weil ich sowas immer ganz nett finde.

  4. Frank

    Och nö, unkaputtbare Superschurken konnten mich noch nie vom Sessel hauen und 3D tut’s da auch nicht.
    3D ist jetzt wohl das neue Megaperls der Filmindustrie, auf Slashfilm gibt es eine Ankündigung für Swamp Thing 3D … muß ich nicht haben.

  5. Tino

    …natürlich kommt ein Teil 3

  6. GunGrave

    … ein weiterer Teil ohne Zombie… geht nicht! ^_^

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