If you’ve been wondering what the ‘Friday the 13th‘ sequel to the 2009 movie which was killed off was going to be about, then you’ll want to read ahead! Thanks to Damian Shannon and Mark Swift, who were the writing duo behind the 2009 reboot and who were working on the latest installment before Warner Brothers returned the rights to Paramount Pictures, have released the first few pages for us to check out.
To start with, it should be noted that they were basing their title off the first movie’s working title which was ‘Friday the 13th: A Long Night At Camp Blood’ as they were going with ‘Friday the 13th: Camp Blood – The Death of Jason Voorhees’. This clearly isn’t the first time Jason would have ended up dead, and I doubt it would have been the last either.
So, here’s what they released:
— Shannon 🎃 Swift (@shannonandswift) October 13, 2017
There was news that not only would the movie have taken place in Winter which would have been a first for the franchise but it was rumored to bring about the death of Jason for good. Sure, we’ve heard that before. With Paramount still trying to revive the franchise even though they’ve canceled the most recent attempt at a reboot, I’m sure it’ll only be a matter of time before the slasher makes an appearance once again.
Are you glad that New Line Cinema wasn’t able to complete this sequel to ‘Friday the 13th’? Would a winter wonderland be an excellent killing ground for Jason or do you think it would be a stretch as to why there would be a camp full of teens hanging around in the cold? Share your thoughts below!