No Sequel to 'My Bloody Valentine 3-D'

April 20, 2009 07:39:19 GMT

During his panel at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors, director Patrick Lussier revealed that there will be no sequel developed for 'My Bloody Valentine 3-D'.

No Sequel to 'My Bloody Valentine 3-D'
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Despite its surprising box office success upon its release, "My Bloody Valentine 3-D" won't be getting a sequel treatment. Breaking the news, as reported by Shock Till You Drop, was the horror remake's director, Patrick Lussier, himself during his panel at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in Los Angeles.

On the occasion, the filmmaker who serves as visual consultant on Jessica Alba-starring "The Eye" reportedly claimed that Lionsgate "has no intention of developing a sequel at all". It is further noted that the studio prefer to leave the remake film, which has scored big in its opening week with $21.2 million, as a one-shot deal.

"My Bloody Valentine 3-D" itself is a horror thriller movie directed by "Scream" editor Patrick Lussier. Starring Jensen Ackles, Jaime King, Kerr Smith and Edi Gathegi, it centers on Tom Hanniger. Ten years after he caused the terrible accident in the coal miner that led to the brutal murder of twenty-two people by Harry Warden, he returns to Harmony on Valentine's Day.

Haunted by the death of the innocent people, Hanniger tries to make amends with his past. But, his attempt to find peace is about to be disturbed as a killer who dons a miner mask and is armed with a pickaxe returns. The Lionsgate horror movie has been scripted by Zane Smith and produced by Jack Murray. It has hit the theaters across the U.S. on January 16, while its DVD and Blu-ray will be available in stores on May 19.

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posted by jennybear13 on Nov 01, 2010
there has to be a sequel! who has an ending like that with no fing sequel :'(
posted by David on Apr 20, 2009
No sequel? Yeah right!!! Hollywood can't go 2 days without making another pointless re-make or umpteen sequel. Once a few months have passed and they need a quick hit, they'll change their minds. EVERY hit gets a sequel. Period. (Producers would have to use their brains to actually think up an original idea, and we all know that's not going to happen.)

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