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After the cinema, this gory franchise will have the right to a series adaptation

Natasha Kumar By Natasha Kumar Jun5,2024

Horror fans will be delighted to learn that a new horror series is currently in development. Indeed, it is a franchise launched in 2006 and which gave rise to two sequels that will soon see the light of day in serial form.

After the cinema, this gore franchise will have the right to a series adaptation

A cinema franchise gore soon in series

Thirteen years after the release of the last opus of this horror franchise, we learn today thanks to information from the American site The Hollywood Reporter that a project inspired by of this gore cinematic license will be declined in a TV series. Indeed, according to the media, the creator of the franchise, Eli Roth is preparing to join the franchise. make his return with Chris Briggs and Mike Fleiss for this project from the Fifth Season studio à which we owe Severance from Apple. This license is none other than Hostel whose first episode was released in cinemas in 2006

After the cinema, this gory franchise will have the right to a series adaptation

This horror film features two students, Paxton and Josh, who set off to discover Europe while seeking maximum thrills. They are not going to be disappointed. They will meet an Icelander, Oli, andwill find themselves in a small Slovak village where they will fall into a network of torture that is sordid to say the least: the services offered are sold at high prices. wealthy sadists.

With its small budget, Hostel achieved a feat at the American box office by generating ten times its production budget in revenue. During its opening weekend in the United States, it placed at the top of the list. first place with 19.5 million dollars. Unsurprisingly, the film has the right to; two other opus released in 2007 then in 2011. “image/webp”>After the cinema, this gory franchise will have the right to a series adaptation

A serial reinvention of Hostel

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the director of the first two opuses, < strong>Eli Roth, will return to write the script for the series with producer Chris Briggs. Mike Fleiss joins them as executive producer of the series. The series which is currently under development aims to be a “modern adaptation” and “an elevated thriller. It will be an opportunity to reinvent the cinema franchise.

For the moment, we do not yet know the plot that will be staged< /strong>. On the other hand, we know that actor Paul Giamatti (Rhino in The Amazing Spider-Man: A Hero's Tale) will be part of the distribution without knowing what role he will play. We also do not know for which platform this series adapted from the Hostel franchise will be intended nor when it could land. We are monitoring the file closely and we will be sure to keep you informed of the progress of the project.

Natasha Kumar

By Natasha Kumar

Natasha Kumar has been a reporter on the news desk since 2018. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Times Hub, Natasha Kumar worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my 1-800-268-7116

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