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I Know What You Did Last Summer

I Know What You Did Last Summer is being made into a TV series

The reboot will be based on Jim Gillespie’s 1997 horror classic

Having been the butt of many jokes in the parody favourite Scary Movie, Amazon Studios is making a series reboot of Jim Gillespie’s 1997 teen-slasher classic, I Know What You Did Last Summer, which will be produced by none other than genre veteran James Wan, who’s also the brain behind Saw, The Conjuring and Insidious. He will be joined by Neal H. Moritz, who produced the original film, and rising screenwriter Shay Hatten, who wrote John Wick 3.

Although not much has been revealed about the plot, Bloody Disgusting reports that it will be “a young adult horror series based on the Moritz-produced hit movie franchise”. It’s not a whole lot to work with, but if Wan’s portfolio is anything to go by, expect a lot of gore.

Remakes have become somewhat of a Hollywood trend in recent years to varied degrees of success (Cats trailer, I’m looking at you). We’ve already seen reboots of classic horrors such as Suspiria, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Nightmare On Elm Street. Jordan Peele is even working on a sequel to 90s cult movie Candyman

While a release date has not yet been confirmed for the series, watch the trailer to the original I Know What You Did Last Summer to get you into the mood.