David Bruckner is in talks to take a seat behind the lens of the ‘Friday the 13th’ Reboot. The helmer is well-known for directing a segment called “Amateur Night” in 2012’s “V/H/S”. The film is an anthology of short horror films which is linked together with the concept of found footage. Bruckner’s involvement supports ongoing rumors that the serial killer movie will be shot in found footage style. Paramount announced the official release date for the upcoming horror film which is set be released on March 13, 2015. ’Friday the 13th’ tells the story of a deformed boy named Jason Voorhees who drowned at Camp Crystal Lake whilst trying to escape a group of bullies. The counselors were supposed to be watching the children but they were busy fornicating in the woods. Voorhees’ body was never found and haunted Camp Crystal Lake ever since.
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The upcoming “Friday the 13th” reboot will be the thirteenth entry in the franchise. The first installment was considered a financial success, finishing in 2nd place grossing $91,3 million worldwide in the horror franchise. The highest earner to date is the 2003 released “Freddy vs. Jason” with $114,9 million. Michael Bay who produced the previous “Friday the 13th”movie garnered nearly $100 million, he is expected to return as producer for this upcoming feature film.
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