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ZitatScreamfest held a 20th anniversary screening of Bride of Chucky and Bloody-Disgusting moderated the Q&A with writer Don Mancini, producer and Chucky/Tiffany designer David Kirschner and star Nick Stabile. The Chucky gang are still developing a "Chucky" TV series. Mancini confirmed that the series would not only pick up after the latest movie sequel, Cult of Chucky, but also introduce new characters and storylines."We deliberately ended Cult with a bunch of cliffhangers to set up a TV series," Mancini said."Because there are so many different threads now, television could best accommodate that so that was done intentionally. At the same time, we have a whole new world, a bunch of new characters which we can say nothing about."Kirschner suggested that the new characters of the TV series would return to the concept of the original Child's Play, with Chucky terrorizing a child in the guise of his favorite toy."The only thing I think we can say is from the original film that Don wrote, Child's Play, we are playing with that concept again, the idea of child's play," Kirschner said. "I'll let you guys fill in the pieces of that."Mancini filled it in. "It involves children," Mancini said.The Chucky series has constantly reinvented itself. Bride made it a self-referential comedy, but Curse of Chucky brought it back to the horror/thriller world. Cult expanded the voodoo mythology even further. Television is the next frontier for Chucky, and shows like Hannibal, which Mancini wrote for, show that horror can be just as effective on television, and perhaps even more so."We saw that after seven movies, how can we flip again?" Mancini said. "So this time not by merely changing genre but by changing medium. This will give us a different kind of canvas, a much bigger canvas to explore characters and relationships."(Bloody-Disgusting.com)
Zitat"From having worked on Hannibal and Channel Zero, I just really enjoyed it, and I saw an opportunity to reinvent the franchise yet again," Mancini explained to Garris. "We've reinvented it in different ways, by making it a comedy and then back to horror... but the sheer storytelling real estate that doing 8-to-10 episodes gives us will allow us to delve into characters and relationships in a way that we're never afforded in just a 90 minute movie. That's really exciting to me."He continued, "So we're gonna be able to explore different avenues, with different characters, that are among fan favorites. Ya know, a lot of times people will say, 'I'd love to see... what's Tiffany's backstory? And what about Glen and Glenda?' All these different avenues... now we have a way of exploring all of this. And that's really exciting.""But I'm also excited about inviting new voices into the process," Mancini added. "I am really excited about inviting other very talented writers and seeing what they'll bring into it."(Bloody-Disgusting.com)
Zitat von: RoboLuster am 18 Juli 2020, 22:49:20Ist auf jeden Fall Dourif, falls das in Frage steht, habs gleich nach dem Gelächter auf imdb nachgeschaut, und freue mich, dass er an Bord ist (war auch bischen überrascht).
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