The following thundering roar of the chainsaw film audiences will hear will likely be from Netflix.
The streaming large has picked up international rights to the most recent installment of Texas Chainsaw Bloodbath from Legendary Footage.
David Blue Garcia directed the horror film, which shot final yr in Bulgaria and is produced by filmmaker Fede Alvarez and Rodolfo Sayagues by way of their Dangerous Hombre banner, in addition to Kim Henkel, Ian Henkel, and Pat Cassidy of Exurbia Movies, and Legendary Footage.
The unique Chainsaw, launched in 1974 and directed by Tobe Hooper, is taken into account probably the most influential horror motion pictures of all time. It launched the character of Leatherface, a member of a household of cannibals who’s a hulking determine with a deformed face, hidden by the pores and skin of his victims. The character has been a continuing within the many sequels, prequels and ancillary appearances in different media.
The brand new film takes place years after the stunning occasions of the unique, in a setting the place Leatherface hasn’t been seen or heard from since. Per Netflix and Legendary, the movie seeks to choose up the place the Hooper and Kim Henkel movie initially left off, bringing probably the most infamous horror franchise again to life in the identical daring and provocative method that it was first launched to the world.
The forged consists of Elsie Fisher (Eighth Grade), Sarah Yarkin (Completely happy Dying Day 2U), Jacob Latimore (The Maze Runner) and Moe Dunford (Vikings).
Netflix and Legendary beforehand teamed as much as launch Enola Holmes, the sleuthing journey film starring Millie Bobby Brown. The film debuted in 2020 and proved to be a success for the streamer, with a sequel now in growth.