Sam Raimi Is Developing A New Evil Dead Film, But It Might Not Feature Ash


Evil Dead might be coming again to the massive display, with Sam Raimi working to develop a brand new undertaking with “a young filmmaker.” Raimi directed the unique 1981 The Evil Dead, in addition to its sequels Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness.

Raimi introduced the undertaking throughout a Reddit AMA for the brand new remake of The Grudge, which he produced. Asked if he would return for a last movie, he mentioned that one thing was within the works. “Bruce, Rob and I are working with a young fillmaker (sic) who is writing a new Evil Dead story that he will direct,” he mentioned.

However, Raimi says he would solely direct one other movie within the collection if Bruce Campbell got here again as Ash, regardless of the actor retiring from the position after the top of Ash vs The Evil Dead. “As for me…. I would love to direct a new Evil Dead movie… but I’d really like to do it with Bruce,” Raimi wrote. “And he says he’s retired the character. I hope not.”

Ash most just lately appeared as a playable survivor within the recreation Dead by Daylight. Bruce Campbell carried out the voice appearing for the character. Another Evil Dead recreation is also in the works, with Campbell hooked up in some capability.

Elsewhere, Raimi says that 1917 was his favourite film of 2019. The movie has since gained the Golden Globe for Best Drama. He additionally says that he’d make a sequel to the 2013 Evil Dead remake “in a split second,” so long as director Fede Álvarez returned for it.

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