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Friday The 13th Remake 2 - Sequel Plans (2009)
With the Friday The 13th remake pulling in more than $71 million worldwide, only a clown would think it was the Final Chapter. That was part 4 anyway.

Damian Shannon and Mark Swift, who wrote the remake, are already starting work on a script for a sequel. The film is likely to be a follow up to the new reboot, rather than using the previous series as a reference point. The reason for this is that, while Friday The 13th parts 1-4 were okay, the rest of the series was a massive load of poo. Producers obviously don’t want Jason to be awaked by bolts of lightening, battle psychic girls and travel to New York. Wonder why.


No word yet on whether the beautfiul surviving white people (Jared Padalecki and Amanda Righetti) will be returning. With their busy TV schedules -“Supernatural”, “The Mentalist” they might not be able to put in the time.

However, this probably won’t be confirmed for a few weeks at least. The two studios are now looking towards the long-awaited Nightmare on Elm Street remake, which begins shooting in just two months.

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  • Bailey Giannini said

    Friday the 13th part 2 is really taking along time to get made.
    I hope this is not gonna be like Halloween 3D it’s pathetic how long that movie is trying to get
    going. Get the remake of Friday the 13th part 2 going or don’t do it at all.

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  • Derek said

    The producers should try and remake the movie. And have the Tommy character battle Jason for a trilogy. I think it would be great.

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  • Damian said

    Might be a good thing to take so long.. rushed stuff usually comes out badly.. id say bring Kane back into it though

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