Neal Moritz, who produced the 1997 original starring Jennifer Love-Hewitt and Sarah Michelle Gellar, will return to produce the reboot. The script will be written by Jeff Howard and Oculus writer Mike Flanagan. Happy to be writing a new "I Know What You Did Last Summer." (I'm NOT, however, directing or producing... Show More Summary
Oculus director Mike Flanagan has been tapped to reboot Sony‘s Horror franchise I Know What You Did Last Summer. I’m sure that your brain is firing off neutrons left and right, trying to make sense of this news. My first thought was, “Did Hollywood run out of Japanese Horror films to rip off? The film […]
Sharpen your hook hands and ready your rain gear: There's an I Know What You Did Last Summer reboot percolating. According to Deadline, Oculus's Mike Flanagan will be writing and producing this new adaptation of Lois Duncan's teen classic. Sony is apparently optimistic that the world still has an appetite... More »
This year, co-writer and director Mike Flanagan delivered one of the better and more captivating original horror films in recent memory with Oculus, a truly mind-bending little flick. And his reward is getting sucked into the Hollywood...Show More Summary
While we’re still letting the news of Adam Wingard directing the I SAW THE DEVIL remake settle in, Deadline is reporting that Sony Pictures is going to reboot, of all movies, I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Yes, this is actually...Show More Summary
'I Know What You Did Last Summer' is getting a remake at Sony, written by Mike Flanagan, the writer/director of 'Oculus'.
'Oculus' co-writer and director Mike Flanagan is adapting the original novel for an 'I Know What You Did Last Summer' Remake. [...]
Sony Pictures is planning a reboot of the I Know What You Did Last Summer franchise, Deadline reports. Oculus writer and director Mike Flanagan will script, re-adaptating the original source material, a 1973 novel by Lois Duncan.
Mike Flanagan's indie horror hits home video, and BC takes a look.
Mike Flanagan is certainly a director on the rise. His OCULUS scared up some pretty good reviews and did well at the box office earlier this year, prompting many to speculate that we'd likely see a sequel heading our way eventually, but first Flanagan plans on tackling an adaptation of Stephen King's GERALD'S GAME. Show More Summary
The Canadian film division of eOne has acquired the horror pic Somnia from Oculus director Mike Flanagan, pictured, and sales agent Sierra Affinity, writes THR. The Canadian distributor plans an early 2015 theatrical release for Somnia, “about an orphaned child, played by Jacob Tremblay, whose dreams and nightmares manifest physically as he sleeps.” Kate Bosworth […]
It’s a random Tuesday in May, so you know what that means: news of yet another Stephen King adaptation! It’s an amazing time for those who yearn to see his works make it to visual media, as there are well over a dozen King-related projects currently in various stages of production. Show More Summary
If you happened to miss out on the spring release Oculus, it's a brilliant original horror flick that you'll want to seek out as soon as it hits Blu-Ray and DVD. Now the film's director, Mike Flanagan, has landed another interesting psychological thriller. Show More Summary
A great many of Stephen King‘s stories have been adapted for the screen, some more than once. Today, it’s Gerald’s Game‘s turn to get the Hollywood treatment. Oculus director Mike Flanagan has reportedly committed to making a Gerald’s Game movie his next film. Show More Summary
As the roster of projects based on Stephen King’s works continues to balloon to a size that King would deem acceptable for one of his new novels, Deadline has also added his 1992 book Gerald’s Game. Mike Flanagan, director of haunted-mirror...Show More Summary
Another Stephen King adaptation is coming our way with Deadline reporting that OCULUS director Mike Flanagan has committed to next helm GERALD'S GAME, based on the bestselling novel of suspense by the reigning master of horror. Flanagan wrote the script with his writing partner Jeff Howard. Show More Summary
The 'Oculus' director will take on this thriller about a seemingly-harmless contest between a married couple that turns into a fight for survival. [...]
Next up for Oculus and Somnia director Mike Flanagan, pictured, is Gerald’s Game, based on the bestselling novel by Stephen King, reports Deadline. “Gerald’s Game revolves around a seemingly harmless contest between a married couple in a remote retreat. It escalates to become a harrowing fight for survival, wife Jessie must confront long-buried demons within […]
Many of Stephen King's novels and short stories have been turned into movies both for television and the big screen but one of the novels that seems to have evaded adaptation since it was released in 1992 is Gerald's Game, a terrifying thriller about a woman who becomes trapped, handcuffed to a bed in a remote area after her husband dies in the middle of a bondage game.
EXCLUSIVE: Oculus and Somnia director Mike Flanagan has committed to next helm Gerald’s Game, based on the bestselling novel by Stephen King. Flanagan wrote the script with his writing partner Jeff Howard. Trevor Macy and his Intrepid...Show More Summary