evil dead rise hbo max

We’ve known a new Evil Dead movie was on the way for a few months now, but we now have some concrete details about just what the film is, and where it’s headed. The latest entry in the series is titled Evil Dead Rise, and The Hole in the Ground filmmaker Lee Cronin is on board to write and direct. Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell are also on hand as executive producers. And this Evil Dead is offering up a twist – rather than take us into the woods, the primary setting of (almost) all the previous films, this Evil Dead Rise is headed into the city. It’s also headed to HBO Max.

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Bruce Campbell in Doctor Strange 2

If you were to make a list of the most indelible actor/director pairings of all time, it wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi. The duo have worked together multiple times since first teaming up for a short film back in 1976, and now Campbell has taken to Twitter and may have hinted that they’ve just added another tally to their long list of collaborations. Is Bruce Campbell in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, the big Marvel Studios sequel that Raimi is currently directing? We admittedly don’t know the answer for sure, but the actor is certainly having fun purposefully stirring up a conversation to that effect. Check out his tweet below. Read More »

new evil dead movie details

To quote the poet Taylor Swift, “Are we out of the woods yet?” There’s a new Evil Dead movie (call it a reboot or a sequel if you must) coming our way courtesy of The Hole in the Ground director Lee Cronin. Cronin was handpicked by original Evil Dead director Sam Raimi, and while Bruce Campbell won’t be back to star, he’s still producing – and he just dropped some interesting info about the project. According to Campbell, the film – titled Evil Dead Rise – is going to trade in the more rural, woodland setting of Evil Deads past for a city setting.

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new evil dead movie

A new Evil Dead movie is on the way, with a director handpicked by Sam Raimi. Lee Cronin, who helmed the very creepy Irish horror film The Hole in the Ground, is set to direct the flick, which is titled Evil Dead Now. The film won’t bring back Bruce Campbell‘s Ash, nor will it be connected to Fede Alvarez’s Evil Dead reboot, but will instead tell a brand new story in the Evil Dead world.

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new evil dead

Who could have imagined that the scrappy little 1981 horror movie The Evil Dead would have spawned a franchise that fans are still obsessed with in 2020?

The obsession continues after three films, a remake, video games, comics, a musical, and a TV series, and in a recent Reddit AMA promoting the new version of The Grudge, director Sam Raimi says that a new Evil Dead is currently in the works. And separately, Raimi indicates that he still wants to reunite with franchise star Bruce Campbell for another Evil Dead sequel…but it seems like that will only happen if Campbell decides to un-retire the character of Ash Williams.
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evil dead sequel

You can’t keep the Evil Dead franchise buried for long. After seeing a revival on TV with Ash vs. Evil Dead, which ran for three seasons on Starz through last year, original filmmaker Sam Raimi is ready to get back into the blood-soaked saddle with another Evil Dead sequel. And he wants his original star Bruce Campbell to reprise his iconic role as Ash Williams, despite the actor allegedly hanging up the chainsaw for good.

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evil dead future

Bruce Campbell is laying Ash to rest. The chainsaw-wielding protagonist of the camp-horror classic The Evil Dead has been battling the forces of evil for nearly 40 years, but Campbell may soon be hanging up his chainsaw hand. But others will be there to take his place, as Campbell promises the Evil Dead franchise will live on past Ash Williams.

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Ripley's Believe It Or Not TV Series

The Travel Channel is bringing back the Ripley’s Believe It Or Not TV series, and they’ve found a great host. Legendary cult actor Bruce Campbell, and his prominent chin, will guide viewers through a series that shines a light on “the extraordinary, the death defying, the odd and the unusual.” There have been several Believe It Or Not shows, all springing from the brand Robert Ripley created 100 years ago.

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Bruce Campbell Retiring As Ash

Bruce Campbell is hanging up his chainsaw for good. According to the actor, he’s retiring from playing Ash vs Evil Dead‘s Ash Williams – a character he’s played on and off again for almost 40 years.

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Ash vs Evil Dead cancelled

Alright you primitive screwheads, listen up: not enough of you watched Ash vs Evil Dead, and now the show has been cancelled after three seasons. Perhaps this is the end of Bruce Campbell‘s chainsaw-wielding Ash Williams. Or maybe not…

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