Producer Says 'Friday the 13th' Sequel Has a Dead Fate

Derek Mears

'It is dead- not happening,' Bradley Fuller tweeted when a fan asked about the progress of 'Friday the 13th Part 2'.

Prepare to be disappointed, "Friday the 13th" sequel is likely not going to happen. Despite previous reports on the development of "Friday the 13th Part 2", the project is reportedly dead.

The sad news was first brought into attention by Shock Till You Drop. The site noticed that producer Bradley Fuller replied "it is dead- not happening," when a fan asked through Twitter, "Hows the F13 sequel coming along?"

New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. previously seemed moving forward with "Friday the 13th Part 2" as they eyed summer 2010 release for the film. They even had set an exact release date for the movie, planning to drop it in U.S. theaters on October 1 this year. Damian Shannon and Mark Swift who wrote the script for the first movie have also been hired to provide the screenplay for the upcoming film.

"Friday the 13th" chronicles the brutal killing of a group of youngsters by the serial killer with a razor sharp machete. Starring Derek Mears, Jared Padalecki and Amanda Righetti as the leading actors, the movie grossed nearly $100 million worldwide since it was debuted on February 13, 2009.


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    Aug 11, 2010

    i hope thr is a f13 pt2 film and i hope it is alot gorier and have more people hacked to death by jasons machete althou why would jason be out of crystal lake it dont make sence theyve ruined the story and i mayy not wtch it in cinema as i have alot more film choice around september to october as resident evil 4 has been anounced and many other sequels

    Aug 09, 2010

    You know why its dead? Its because Fuller and the rest of them can't make a movie to save their lives, at least get someone that will do it justice. Jason having a snowball fight give us Friday fans a break, whats next Jason day care? I can write a better script.

    Jul 11, 2010

    this sucks

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