Originally set for theatrical release in 2020, The Forever Purge was pushed back to 2021 and had been set for release on July 9, 2021 due to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic.
The Forever Purge has now been moved up to July 2nd 2021.
David Gordon Green in recent years revived the Halloween franchise with a further two sequels on their way in the next couple of years. He is now reportedly setting his sights at another horror classic.
According to The Observer, he’s reportedly making a deal with the Blumhouse team to craft a new sequel for The Exorcist.
Universal Pictures was set to bring a horror icon back to life on June 12, 2020 with the release Candyman. This upcoming release got pushed back to September 25, 2020 before being put on hold till 2021 – but the date has been moved again. It was set totake over Halloween Kills‘ former spot of October 16, 2020 before being delayed to 2021 -news broke today that the release date ies penned for August 27th 2021.
This installment will be a direct sequel to the original 1992 film and has been described as a spiritual sequel.
Surprise! We’ve learned today that Blumhouse’s upcoming new take on The Craft isn’t a remake but rather a sequel, and it’s been given the official title The Craft: Legacy.
In this year’s continuation of the cult hit from the ’90s, an eclectic foursome of aspiring teenage witches get more than they bargained for as they lean into theirnewfound powers.
The film is released on VOD in USA/Canada October 28 2020 (with a UK cinema release planned for the same date). Check out the trailer below, which introduces the new weirdos and confirms that this is indeed a sequel to the 1996 film! Continue reading