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The Exorcist Gets Another Reboot After Believer Flops

The Fall of House Usher creator Mike Flanagan will write, direct and produce a “radical new version” of The Exorcist, After Believerpoor reception (via Variety).

The latest opus of Exorcist The franchise received mixed reviews and a low Rotten Tomatoes score, as critics felt the film did not live up to the 1973 original.

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Flanagan will succeed director and co-writer David Gordon Green, who had planned a trilogy for Exorcist films, but left the franchise after Believer» is a disappointing response.

As he launches a brand new story in the series, Flanagan shared his excitement for the franchise, saying: “The Exorcist is one of the reasons I became a filmmaker, and it’s an honor to have the chance to try something new, bold and terrifying in its world.

“Reuniting with my friends from Blumhouse, who I’ve made some of my favorite works with, only makes things more exciting. »

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Meanwhile, Blumhouse founder and CEO Jason Blum was just as happy to reunite with Flanagan. “Mike’s voice and vision are indispensable to horror fans and we are thrilled to welcome him back to Blumhouse,” he said.

“I immediately responded to Mike’s new view of the world of The Exorcist and I can’t wait for audiences to experience it.”

David Robinson, Chairman and CEO of Morgan Creek, said: “It’s an honor to work with Mike. I believe his vision for this franchise will amaze audiences around the world, and I couldn’t be more excited to working with him, Trevor (Macy, co-producer), Jason and the whole Blumhouse team.”

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Divya Soni is a freelance journalist for Digital Spy.

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