In case you have been yelling what exactly are you waiting for in regards to there being a reimagining of the traditional horror movie I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER, then you may eventually give your lungs a break as it’s finally happening. Amazon Studios announced today that it has provided a show arrangement to I Know What You Did Last summer, a contemporary spin on the strike 1997 slasher movie.
Composed by Sara Goodman (Preacher) and according to the 1973 book by Lois Duncan, the show follows the identical plot as its movie adaptation – at a city filled with keys, a bunch of teens will be stalked by a mysterious killer annually after a deadly accident in their school night. (through Deadline)
“The very ideal horror franchises constantly have another frighten coming, which I Know What You Did Last Summer collection in Sara Goodman is an totally twisted upgrade to the iconic slasher film,” said Albert Cheng, COO, along with CO-Head of Video, Amazon Studios. “In this way you slice this, our international Prime Video clients will love this contemporary spin on the fan-favorite movie”
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I Know What You Did Last Summer, also made by Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures TV, was in development for a range of years. In the beginning, First Film’s Neal H. Moritz, that made the most 1997 film for Columbia Pictures, was in the forefront of this undertaking, that had gone through numerous iterations in front of a rewarding interpretation of this substance had shot shape. In reality, it was just last year after James Wan’s Atomic Dragon climbed aboard the string and also offered to give a hook. I mean . Hand. That is the ticket.
“We’re thrilled to get Know What You Did Last Summer with our amazing partners at Amazon Studios,” explained Jason Clodfelter, Co-President, Sony Pictures TV Studios. “Neal Moritz and Original Film’s development always fires on all cylinders and that’s proven once more using Sara Goodman’s modern and pulsating character weaving suspense thriller.”
With terror properties such as Scream, Urban Legend, and I Know What You Did Last Summer being rebooted in 1 manner or another, what is next? Another movie in the Last Destination series? A reboot of Your Faculty? More Disturbing Behavior? I guess it is anybody’s guess at this phase of the match, although I have to mention, yet another draw on The Faculty seems like a mighty nice idea.
What would you consider Amazon adapting I Know What You Did Last Summer to get a YA chain? Sound off in the comments area under and let us know which YA terror franchises you’d love to find out get the TV therapy.