What’s next for horror? ‘Fear’ remake could be in the works
Fear is coming back to TV, and it could be the biggest horror remake in TV history.
We’re told that FX’s ‘Fear’, a horror adaptation of horror movie “The Exorcist” starring Jamie Lee Curtis, is in talks to air on FX this summer.
Fear will be a remake of the 1994 horror film, with Curtis starring as Dr. Charles Manson, the leader of the cult.
We’ve previously reported that FX is in discussions with Fox to bring the remake to the big screen.
Fox TV president John Landgraf told the Hollywood Reporter that Fear would be “one of the most important and important things that Fox TV does in its history.”
But FX has to be careful. “
Fear” has been a smash hit with critics and audiences, so there’s a chance that the remake could become a hit too.
But FX has to be careful.
“Fox has not signed a deal yet,” said Landgrain.
It’s also a long way from the original, as the remake of “The Devil’s Backbone” will premiere this summer, and Fox has yet to say if it plans to make a return for “Fear.” “
There are certain elements of the original that have to be recreated, and there are certain characters that have changed and some characters have been killed, so you have to do a lot of research and make sure that you have that.”
It’s also a long way from the original, as the remake of “The Devil’s Backbone” will premiere this summer, and Fox has yet to say if it plans to make a return for “Fear.”
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