Posted on Thursday, March 12th, 2015 by Angie Han
Apparently the path from teen psycho to Leatherface isn’t quite as straightforward as we’d previously assumed. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre prequel has just cast James Bloor as a young maniac and Angela Bettis as the Sawyer family matriarch — and in the process, some new details about the plot have come to light.
Read the latest Leatherface casting and plot details after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, March 10th, 2015 by Angie Han
Behold, the new face of Leatherface. 21-year-old British actor Sam Strike has ben set to lead Leatherface, an origin story about the Texas Chainsaw Massacre killer.
The new film is being directed by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo, a French duo who received high praise for their 2007 horror Inside. More details on the Leatherface casting after the jump. Read More »
Alexandre Bustillo and Julien Maury turned heads and stomachs with their intense debut feature Inside, but their follow-up films Livid and Among the Living didn’t reach quite the same audience. The two have flirted with other properties over the years since Inside debuted — most notably, they were attached to a Hellraiser film for some time, and there was a point where they might have directed the Nightmare on Elm Street re-do — but never signed a deal.
Now they have chosen a next film, and it is one with a long genre history. Bustle and Maury are reportedly set to be the Leatherface directors, so they’ll explore the origin story of the boogeyman of the Texas Chain Saw Massacre films. Read More »
The horror started in 1974 with Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. A few sequels later, that franchise faded, and in 2003 Platinum Dunes picked it up. They made two films, but the screams faded once more. In 2013 the franchise was resurrected one more time with Texas Chainsaw 3D. The film was a financial and critical disappointment, but producer Carl Mazzocone has the rights to make up to six films and he’s going to try another. A writer has just been hired to pen a Texas Chainsaw prequel called Leatherface. Read More »
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