Being the second new filmmaker not to be creator Sam Raimi, Lee Cronin is confident Evil Dead The future of the franchise Evil Dead Rise. Cronin’s movie serves as a standalone extension of the horror franchise, following a family living in a dilapidated apartment in Los Angeles who accidentally discover a version of Naturom Demonto And the Deadite uncovers evil. Scoring the best reviews for a Evil Dead After more than 30 years of movies, attention has now turned to the potential future of the franchise.
While talking exclusively with Screen Rant to discuss Evil Dead RiseOn its home release, Lee Cronin has been open about his potential comeback Evil Dead Franchise Although he and the creatives behind it aren’t looking to rush a follow-up, he indicated that the right people are happy with the success of the new movie, and he thinks he’s opened the door for other directors to join him. Check out what Cronin shared below:
Yes, I think the potential is absolutely there for that to happen. I think we are enjoying the success of this movie. I think it’s important that you don’t just try and wash something off right away. It was something that was always under discussion, because the funny thing about it, when we were talking and making the film, with Rob Tapert, who was on set while shooting, we would often talk about some different ideas that could actually take place. I think one of the things I did with Evil Dead Rises, though, was open it up more, potentially, to other voices. I think I’ve opened the universe a little wider than before. , and I think there’s a lot of potential there, especially now that three books are making it clear. It’s not just a funny moment in Army of Darkness, it’s actually part of the lore, it’s now part of the mythology, and thus begins to expand the canon. So, yeah, I’m a huge fan of it, they’re really fun, scary and challenging movies to make, and as a filmmaker, you want to be challenged. So, there are definitely thoughts and ideas that are floating around, and things that we discussed, and when and how that happens is up to the film gods.