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Jason Lives Writer/Director has script written and ready for after the law suit is settled!

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Why! can't The devs show the boat loads of cash that can be made off DLC and pitch him a deal to get off their backs on the promise to make a sequel on Unreal Engine 4

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1 hour ago, Funnystash.com said:

Why! can't The devs show the boat loads of cash that can be made off DLC and pitch him a deal to get off their backs on the promise to make a sequel on Unreal Engine 4

The game developers have nothing to do with a new film being made, not that that I wouldn’t be opposed to a sequel to the game either........

...but this is a Thread about Tom McLoughlin wanting to pitch a new sequel in the Friday the 13th film franchise. 

Jason lives is my favorite film in the franchise and I personally would love to see Mr. McLoughlin's vision for a sequel.

 

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Interesting. Maybe Tommy and Megan were charged with the murders because who is gonna believe a story about a killer resurrected. Maybe there's a team of documentary film makers following the case. Maybe Jason is still down there, waiting.

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1 hour ago, F134Ever86 said:

Interesting. Maybe Tommy and Megan were charged with the murders because who is gonna believe a story about a killer resurrected. Maybe there's a team of documentary film makers following the case. Maybe Jason is still down there, waiting.

All those ideas sound great to me hope we get to see this film hit the light of day.

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On 7/8/2019 at 5:13 AM, Jason Todd Voorhees said:

I love it but its no point now due to this stupid lawsuit.

The lawsuit will end one day. People having stuff lined up for that time isn't a bad thing. It just means we'll be waiting for quite a while.

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On 7/13/2019 at 2:17 AM, Fair Play said:

The lawsuit will end one day. People having stuff lined up for that time isn't a bad thing. It just means we'll be waiting for quite a while.

I know I know....

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16 hours ago, Jason Todd Voorhees said:

I know I know....

If and when this movie ever comes into being, I'll throwing a block party.

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On 7/15/2019 at 7:50 PM, Fair Play said:

If and when this movie ever comes into being, I'll throwing a block party.

Ima throwing a slaughter par-

I mean a costume party!

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8 hours ago, Jason Todd Voorhees said:

Ima throwing a slaughter par-

I mean a costume party!

You had it right the first time. 😎

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A frozen mummified Jason would be pretty sick. I could imagine him busting through a frozen Crystal lake.

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On 8/1/2019 at 1:48 AM, F134Ever86 said:

A frozen mummified Jason would be pretty sick. I could imagine him busting through a frozen Crystal lake.

Frozen....mummified Jason......hmmmm

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1 hour ago, Jason Todd Voorhees said:

Frozen....mummified Jason......hmmmm

Sounds cool does it? I hope this happens.

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The fans would love this, I would love to see him write/direct another Jason movie, but unfortunately, there's no way a studio would hire him. There's also no way they would create a continuation of the original series. If he wanted to make this script, he would personally need to secure rights and then drum up funding himself, which would probably be impossible.

Films are packaged entirely different these days, and while FRIDAY THE 13th films used to be done for under 5 million a pop, the 2009 F13 clocked in at x4 that budget, not including p&a. McLoughlin's name alone is not enough to secure that kind of budget from financiers or international distributors, and I doubt he can attract talent of value, either. Any production entity -- whether it's Platinum Dunes, Blumhouse, or someone else -- will want to hire someone who has some sort of successful release within the past 5 years and who can attract names that bring something to the table. McLoughlin's last film credit was 1997, and only a "story by".

It's a harsh business, but unfortunately that's just how Hollywood works nowadays.

 

 

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