Let the Right One In (Remake)
We don't know about you guys, but after watching Chloe Moretz dole out the violence in Kick-Ass, we have become a lot more comfortable with the idea of her playing the lead vampire in Matt Reeves' remake of Let the Right One In, which takes its new title Let Me In directly from the source material by author John Ajvide Lindqvist.
While out and about doing press for the upcoming Kick-Ass, Chloe Moretz is, of course, being asked a few questions about her role in Let Me In, in which she portrays child vampire Abby, a character Moretz says is "really different than most vampires."
Before last weekend I had no idea who 12-year-old actress Chloe Moretz was. Having watched (500) Days of Summer on Saturday, I was impressed with her limited screen time and, while I’m still not sold on director Matt Reeves’ unnecessary remake of Let the Right One In, there’s no doubt that the film is going to be well cast.
Some of you out there consider a remake of Let the Right One In to be as near to sacrilege as you're willing to accept. We feel your pain, but let me remind you that we all felt the same way about Dawn of the Dead and that turned out to be OK. So what does director Matt Reeves have in store for us -- something to honor the source material or just more unnecessary Hollywood gloss?
Overture Films announced today an October 1, 2010, release date for Let Me In, the currently lensing redux of Let the Right One In, both of which are based on the best-selling Swedish novel by John Ajvide Lindqvist.
The first image from the set of Matt Reeves' Let The Right One In remake, now titled after the book that film was based upon, Let Me In, has slipped online in the form of a Twitpic that signifies the end of the first week of filming.
Matt Reeves' remake of the acclaimed film Let the Right One In, now titled after the book that film was based upon, Let Me In, has begun shooting in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The news broke today along with a quick casting update! Dig it!
The saying may be "Father knows best", but in the case of Matt Reeves' upcoming Let the Right One In redux, entitled Let Me In (which happens to be the same name of the novel on which both films are based), it appears that Mother knows quite a bit as well.
Wondering what it's going to be like seeing an American girl playing the role of the vampire child made famous by Lina Leandersson in Let the Right One In? An anonymous DC tipster passed along the audition tapes for the lead role of Abby in Matt Reeves' redux, Let Me In. Curious? You know you are.
Whether you like it or not, Matt Reeve's retelling of Let the Right One In is on track and coming at us courtesy of Overture Films. /Film got their hands on the sheets and some refresher info to bring you up-to-speed! From the site:
Let the Right One In is widely considered to be one of last year's best horror films, and with good reason. The film lives up to every ounce of hype that it had. As we reported months ago, Cloverfield director Matt Reeves is in line to create a remake of the Swedish horror delight for us Americans, and he recently spoke a little bit about his upcoming flick.
I know most of you who have seen Let the Right One In are concerned about the upcoming remake of it from Cloverfield helmer Matt Reeves, as well you should be. But maybe it won’t be so bad?
Just the other day we let you know about Cloverfield helmer Matt Reeves being chosen as the director of the Let the Right One In remake, and while the selection is “eh” to most of us, Tomas Alfredson, director of the brilliant
Hammer Films have optioned the remake rights to Let the Right One In, the story of a boy who's pushed around at school. When he meets his new neighbor, a vampire his age, things start to get really strange.
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I was completely unaware that Tomas Alfredson's Let the Right One In (review) was even being optioned for a remake, considering it's such a new film. The vampire tale has caught the eye of Hammer Films, and a certain monster director has been tapped to helm the U.S. adaptation.