The best way individuals have actually flocked to streaming have to be really terrifying for the foremost film studios, which have tried to compete with stuff like Netflix and Amazon by instituting irritating restrictions on when films may be rented or downloaded or by releasing an increasing number of films by on-demand companies whereas they’re nonetheless in theaters, however 20th Century Fox might have simply provide you with one of many weirdest schemes but.
In keeping with The Hollywood Reporter, Fox has enlisted Honeymoon director Leigh Janiak to jot down three totally different scripts for 3 variations of R.L. Stine’s Worry Avenue books, with the flicks set to be filmed “back-to-back-to-back” after which launched one month after one other in a “binge-watch” form of construction. Mainly, it’s like going to see a Marvel film each six months, however they arrive out each month and so they’re all made by the identical individual. The plan is pretty bananas, and Fox hasn’t commented on this or formally introduced something, however The Hollywood Reporter says that sources are “excited” by the “boldness” of this loopy scheme.
The Worry Avenue books are a part of a loosely linked universe of tales that each one happen in the identical spooky city, and in contrast to Stine’s kid-oriented Goosebumps collection, they have been focused primarily at cool teenagers. Fox began growing a plan for a single Worry Avenue film shortly earlier than the Goosebumps film got here out, however that plan presumably wasn’t loopy sufficient.
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