The Exorcist: Believer Producer Offers Update On The Sequel

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2023’s The Exorcist: Believer was an attempt to reboot the classic horror franchise in the same way that the Halloween series was revived in order to give it new life. Unfortunately, the demon possession-centric film did not become the major hit that the Michael Meyers-centric series was. However, despite the box office struggles, and the fact that the sequel has been removed from Universal’s release schedule, Jason Blum insists the sequel will still happen.

The lackluster success of The Exorcist: Believer might kill other potential franchises. However, it’s been suggested that because a great deal of money was spent upfront by Universal on the rights to the franchise, the movie series (which could see changes) will move forward one way or another. While speaking with The Direct, Blumhouse CEO Jason Blum seemed to be echoing that sentiment. He said that the movie is moving forward but that at this point, nobody is sure what the production will be. With that, it’s been pulled from the list of upcoming horror movies for the time being. Blum said…

We are definitely going to make another Exorcist movie, but I wanted more time to figure out what it would be. I have no idea what it’s going to be yet.

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