Now, if you are not satisfied with the previous reboot of “The Wolfman“, then here’s a piece of good news – Universal Pictures is now developing a new Wolfman movie for their Monsters Shared Universe!
First released in 1941, “The Wolfman” is one of the classic monsters films that had a great deal of influence of Hollywood’s depictions of the monster tales. Universal Pictures remade the film in 2010 but the film received mixed average reviews, with the president of Universal Studios regarding it as “one of the worst movies they’ve ever made ”
But now, it looks like the the studio is trying to set things right as Deadline has reported that “Prisoners” screenwriter Aaron Guzikowski will be writing the script for the reboot of “The Wolfman”.
The news came on heels of the previous announcement about an upcoming monster film that is scheduled for release on 21st April 2017. However, Universal Pictures has only confirmed that “The Mummy” will get a reboot on 24th June 2016 and it will be directed by Alex Kurtzman based on Jon Spaiths’ screenplay.
Director Roberto Orci was originally slated to produce a reboot of “The Mummy” and “Van Helsing” with Kurtzman but it was later announced that he has already left the franchise. It is not known whether Tom Cruise is attached to play the title role. It was also reported that “Fargo” TV series creator Noah Hawley is set to write one of the Universal monster movies.
No further details have been revealed about the reboot of “The Wolfman” yet but who do you think should join the cast of the film? Share us your thoughts in the comments box below! 😉