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.
In his latest article for us, DC Blogger Scott Allie of Dark Horse Comics spoke exclusively to the producer of the upcoming Let the Right One In remake, Fred Malmberg. During his interview Fred shed a bit of light on what to expect from the redux.
Well, this might end up being a bit embarrassing for Production Weekly. Last week, they reported that the US remake for Let the Right One In was getting a title overhaul and being called Let Me In and that shooting was set to start in Canada this May. I guess they may have spoken too soon.
If you've seen Let the Right One In by now, you know that it has become an instant classic, and rightly so. You also know that since it is so good, an American remake just can't be too far behind, can it?
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?
It seems like it’s been forever since we’ve heard anything about a sequel to Cloverfield, even though the money it made during its theatrical and home video run makes it a no-brainer for the studio. Director Matt Reeves recently talked with MTV’s Movie Blog about it and gave some reasons why we’ve not seen anything yet.
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
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.
Reviewed by Andrew Kasch Starring Mike Vogel, Jessica Lucas, Lizzy Caplan, Michael Stahl-David Directed by Matt Reeves