Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Poltergeist May Return

From SciFi Wire:
The Bloody Disgusting Web site reported a rumor that the proposed sequel film Poltergeist: Kayeri has been shelved in favor of a shot-for-shot remake of the original 1982 film. "I've just received official confirmation that the original idea for Kayeri will not be used for the remake," an anonymous source told the site. "Instead, the new film will be a straight-up remake of the first film. Pretty much frame-for-frame. Just think Hills Have Eyes."

According to the site, screenwriter Clint Morris, who wrote the script for Poltergeist: Kayeri, will not be involved in the new project. The source also reported that original cast members Craig T. Nelson, JoBeth Williams and Zelda Rubinstein will not appear in the remake.

The original Poltergeist, produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Tobe Hooper, centered on a family who move into a new housing development and discover that their home is built over an ancient burial ground inhabited by angry spirits. The film spawned two theatrical sequels and a television series, which ran from 1996 to 1999.
Shot-for-shot remake???? Dude!!! Why??? I guess no one learned anything from that Damien remake. I have a bad feeling about this.

Hopefully they will FINALLY release seasons 2-4 of Poltergeist: The Legacy. I liked that show.


Poltergeist: The Legacy WS said...

if the company has plans to release it we promise to let you know asap. we keep in constant contact with both companies that have DVD rights for the series. keep crossing your fingers.

scifirantergirl said...

there's life out there yet!!! awesome!!!!